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RE: Refrigerator drip from bottom of door

OK, now that we have that much info. Open the back from the outside and there should be a pan back there, with a plastic hose laying in it. Pull the insert out of the hose, which is most likely clogged up and clean it. Water may come pouring out, so have a can or bottle ready. Once done put the little valve back in and let it slow drip into the pan. It will never fill up and overflow, as evaporation always stays ahead of this happening. Do this , and, check to see that the hole in the nipple attached to the drip pan is clear. On my "Nevercold" the hole was not drilled all the way through. The refer had been leaking for ten years when I got it and had it fixed the first day.
bob b 06/10/17 10:48am Class A Motorhomes
'93 Trek by Safari

I'm looking at one for a friend. It's a 24 footer with only 56,000 miles with the Isuzu diesel. I've owned RV's for most of my life so I know to look at appliances, tires, delamination-all the ordinary stuff. Anything in particular to check? Thanks in advance, Bob
bob b 05/21/17 09:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: electric toilet

Or, if rebooting doesn't work, there is a module, cigarette pack size, located in a small opening behind the toilet that has goon bad. Mine was like yours not flushing properly then not flushing at all. The module costs a little over $100 and is easy to change. The whole idea of electric flushing toilets is STUPID!!! Bob
bob b 09/06/16 06:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oregon Coast- From Medford

I live in Grants Pass and take 199 to the coast three or four times a year. I'm driving a 40' Allergo Bus and pulling a toad so my opinion has some relevancy. Most of the road is two lane with a few short sections of four lane and there are some passing lanes and turn-outs. The twisty sections are narrow and need to be taken slowly. When the road sign says 20MPH it means you! Just past Hiouchi there is a right turn onto 197 that saves about ten miles if you are heading north. Again take it slowly and you'll be fine. The Oregon coast between Brookings and Gold Beach is some of the most beautiful in the world, I never get tired of seeing it. If you can hit it at low tide you can walk out past huge mountainous rocks and enjoy exploring the tide pools. Bob
bob b 08/07/16 05:25pm Class A Motorhomes
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