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RE: Bad Roadside assistance

Yea, you got that right. I guess I am hoping I never need them.
egh33 08/06/14 06:44pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Bad Roadside assistance

Spoke via telephone with Frank of Road Side Assistance today, very pleasant person to talk too. He understood my rant. It's just sometimes you can't get good help now days. all is well that ends well.
egh33 08/06/14 03:13pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: No Power to refridgerator

I have heard that if you take a strong magnet to the right upper edge of the box it will reset. The ref. should be on when you do this. Good Luck the strong Magnet worked.
egh33 08/03/14 12:32pm Class A Motorhomes
No Power to refridgerator

The red light is on out in the back of the refrigerator. It was working fine yesterday evening, Unplugged it from Shore power this morning and I have no power on the fridge at all. Have checked all breakers and every thing I can think of. But the Red Light is on in back of the fridge. I know I have seen this topic on here about the red light but can't find it. Help, getting ready to start on a trip. Neither on AC or DC. What do you do to get the red light off??
egh33 07/27/14 07:12am Class A Motorhomes
4th marriage at 80

A local news station was interviewing an 80-year-old lady because she had just got married for the fourth time. The interviewer asked her questions about her life, about what it felt like to be marrying again at 80, and then about her new husband's occupation. "He's a funeral director," she answered. "Interesting," the newsman thought... He then asked her if she wouldn't mind telling him a little about her first three husbands and what they did for a living. She paused for a few moments, needing time to reflect on all those years. After a short time, a smile came to her face and she answered proudly, explaining that she had first married a banker when she was in her 20's, then a circus ringmaster when in her 40's, and a preacher when in her 60's, and now - in her 80's - a funeral director. The interviewer looked at her, quite astonished, and asked why she had married four men with such diverse careers. (Wait for it) - - -She smiled and explained, "I married one for the money, two for the show, three to get ready, and four to go."
egh33 07/25/14 11:22am Around the Campfire
fresh water tank

I know this is a very often asked. But I have forgot. I think I may have got some bad water in my fresh water tank, how much bleach do I put in it to get rid of any thing that may be in there. I have about a 1/3 tank of water. Thanks
egh33 07/23/14 10:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Front wheels locked

Ok, Here is what the garage said caused the wheels to lock. The differential was completely dry, no lubrication at all. I understand it ruined almost the complete differential. So far about $2700.00 for repairs. Bad part is I had a complete oil change a lube just before I left on the trip. and informed the lube man to check the front differential as it may need some fluid.
egh33 07/23/14 10:50am Dinghy Towing
RE: Front wheels locked

Drop the front drive line and see what it does I myself am not going to do any thing. the jeep is in the dealers shop about 3 hours drive from here. They are going to check it out as soon as they get new tires & wheels so they can get it on a rack. I just told them to figure it out, and fix it.
egh33 07/21/14 12:11pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Front wheels locked

egh33 - do you use a supplemental braking system (i.e. brake buddy) or a break away brake system ? did the toad braking system activate ? did the transfer case selector slip into gear ? No, I do not use a supplemental braking system of any kind. The brake away cable is attached to the emergency brake. It was fine. The transfer shift was still in neutral.
egh33 07/20/14 06:48am Dinghy Towing
RE: Front wheels locked

It drove good when I unhooked from the coach except for the flats, wheels turned just fine. I haven't got the rims or tires yet, they had to be ordered. The Dealer shop was not going to get to it till Monday. I do not use a supplement braking. it's not required do to it's weight. You can not lock or unlock the hubs it all done thru the transfer case. As I said I have been towing this Jeep for 12 years with no problems at all.
egh33 07/19/14 03:22pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Why can't I log on

I can't figure out how he posted if he was unable to log on???????????????
egh33 07/19/14 10:01am Good Sam Club
RE: Front wheels locked

The steering wheel was free to turn, the wheels were straight ahead, yes there was smoke not much till I stopped No noise. The wheels would not rotate round and round. The ignition Not turned to lock. I checked that as soon as I got stopped. Sorry about the year 2002 I just figured you would notice I have been towing the same Jeep for 12 years. Thanks for the reply
egh33 07/19/14 09:58am Dinghy Towing
Front wheels locked

Yesterday I was towing my Jeep Wrangler (4 wheel drive standard) behind the Motor Home Same as I have done for 12 years. And the front wheels locked tight, before I could get stopped & off the road way it had skidded the tires all the way to the rims. I had the Jeep transmission in 2nd gear and the transfer case in neutral just as the book says to do. The dealer had no idea what may have caused it. Any else ever had this problem??
egh33 07/19/14 09:32am Dinghy Towing
Bad Roadside assistance

Today I had the misfortune to need to use my CS Road side service. I was in MH with a toad Jeep. Both front wheels on the Jeep locked tight. I did not even know it till the MH started pulling very hard. I looked in my rearview mirror and seen smoke. I was in a Construction Zone, 2 lane road. By the I got off the lane as far as I could with out sinking the coach in the mud. Upon inspection of the Jeep both front tires had slid on the pavement till the wore all the way to the rim. Called GS Roadside assistance. It took the gal about 15 minutes questioning me as to why I needed a wrecker. Then another 10 minutes or more trying to explain my location to her. Then she put me on hold for another 15 minutes I handed the wife the phone as a state trooper had stopped and I went out to speak with him. My wife waited a complete 45 minutes on hold, while I spoke with the trooper as he wanted me to get the rig to a safer location. He explained there was wrecked service just 3 miles down the road from where I was and gave me the name and Phone # of the wrecker service. I returned back to the phone instructed my wife to hang up. I called again and explained to the person that I had been put on hold for over an hour, so After explaining to her that there was a wrecker service with in 3 miles of my location and giving her the phone number of he wrecker service she placed me on hold for another about 10 minutes. She did come back on the line and informed me she had given the information to the lady that I spoke with first, and said the lady would call me back and verify that she was sending a wrecker. She did call me back in about 20 minutes and said the wrecker would be there in about 35 minutes. The wrecker did show up in less that 35 minutes and loaded the Jeep and to the Jeep dealer he went which was only about 5 miles away. Of course they had no wheels or tires to fit my Jeep so they have to order them Monday then see if they can figure out why the front wheels locked up. We were only about 3 hours into our trip of about 1100 miles so we just left the jeep and came back home. I just want to say the ladies need more training and learn to be a little faster and not place a person on hold for an hour.
egh33 07/18/14 08:25pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Foodsaver/Vacuum Sealers

We have one, my wife will almost always cook up more than we eat. Then vacuum seal the left overs and when we get ready for a trip she takes it out of the freezer and puts it in the MH freezer and when meal time comes along if we are camped some where not close to eating places she pops it in the Micro-wave and we have a meal. Have had one for years. works for us just great.
egh33 07/14/14 08:16am Around the Campfire
RE: Tire advice

we are in same position as to ready to buy 6 Michelin xrv 22.5 for 700 each but my long time dealer suggests they do very well with the continental brand. I am interested in any opinions on the hankook or the continental. tom I bought 6 Michelin 22.5 last month for $500.00 each mounted,balance every thing. But I checked the tires this morning,front tires have 105psi rear 103psi. My old ones I carried 100 psi front and 95 psi rear. What's y'alls opinion on that?? There is a card on the drivers side door that says 105 front and 95 rear.
egh33 07/14/14 08:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Just received the strangest phone call ever!

I know what you mean. I have a very, very hard time understanding him. Same thing, he tells me My computer has downloaded a bunch of stuff that will slow down my computer. I keep telling him to repeat as I can not understand him. Pretty soon he hangs up.
egh33 06/11/14 07:04pm Around the Campfire
RE: Front Air Bag Replacement - Chevy P30 Chassis

I replaced the air bags just by cutting the old one out and taking the new air bag removed the valve core and rolling it as tight as I could, put a couple of zip ties on it and slid it right back in the bottom hole and then clipped the zip ties and put air in it and that was done.
egh33 06/10/14 07:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Whats U'r hometown famous for?

Cadiz,Ohio birth place of Clark Gable and of course ME.
egh33 06/08/14 10:40am Around the Campfire
RE: Warm Norcold

If yours is like mine, which I just had new fans put in, it works fine when I first turn it on as long as I don't move the coach. I drove a little over 100 miles and it quit keeping the lower part cold. I took the out access panel off out side and placed a fan blowing on it and it cooled it right down. My freezer compartment stayed froze all the time but always after I drive a little with the fridge on gas it warms up in the lower compartment. I took it to the shop and they don't know why it does it either. I would suggest to you try the fan out side blowing in on the back of the fridge.
egh33 05/25/14 05:08pm Class A Motorhomes
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