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RE: If You Have a Mobley

I toggled mine on and off to test the difference and download stayed the same at 28mb download 30 up. T-Mobile has had the ZTE Mobley for a long time not sure of the data plan. ATT $20 month unlimited data plan for the Mobley was a big drawing card however it is no longer offered.
garry1p 12/08/17 11:01am Technology Corner
RE: Short in house wiring

Over the years I have found some strange things tripping the GFCI when the easy stuff fails Artum Snowbird process of elimination will solve the problem and should be started before 6 hours of hunting and guessing.
garry1p 11/30/17 06:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Unlimited wifi no contract and what happened to mobley?

Everything you want to know about the plan and workarounds without having the mobility ZTE. Looks like you have a very short window to get into the plan. Howards fourm I will caution you they do not work well in a remote area away from the tower. Also 4G is not available in many locations HTPSA or whatever they call it is what I have right now download speeds range from unusable to mostly 300kbs to 500kbs then some days 1mb to 1.5 mb. My last stop was a constant 30Mb down.
garry1p 09/27/17 06:55pm Technology Corner
RE: 1992 Chevy Mallard Sprinter Electrical Problems

If you had it plugged in for 15 hours and the batteries are at 11.8 they are bad and won't take a charge OR your converter is bad and not putting out a charge voltage. To test converter with the RV plugged into shore power measure the voltage at the coach (house) batteries they should be 13+ volts and charging the batteries. Unplug from 120V and measure they should be around 12.6 or above. You might be able to save the batteries by charging with a regular auto battery charger. Also check to make sure the converter circuit breaker has not tripped.
garry1p 09/20/17 05:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lost internet connection

With win 10 look to the lower right task bar there is a wifi emblem if it has a star over the bars then no internet. click on the wifi bars and find "your" internet ID, click always connect then connect.
garry1p 08/31/17 04:52pm Technology Corner
RE: help!

look at page 37 to test Page 37 has the procedure for testing the steps this will tell you if you have a bad switch or if it is the controller. 4 way connector pin out is further down. hope this helps.
garry1p 08/31/17 04:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tiffin owners, is this true

This blogger states his 2017 Allegro 32SA has a 2000 watt inverter that feeds all the 120 receptacles and microwave and that if the batteries run low the 7.0 generator automatically kicks on. Is this true? I haven't seen this anywhere else. Perhaps he has done some aftermarket mods? Thanks, we're looking at moving up from our 13 year old 26.5 Lazy Daze as we approach retirement and look to be on the road for longer periods of time. Dave https://openroadscapes.com/blog/2017/4/10/the-inevitable-ab-comparison-part-2-camping-review Dave, I'm the blogger and these features were all Tiffin factory-installed on my new coach, not aftermarket mods. -- Bill Seems to me like the question was asked and answered not sure why this is already 4 pages. Having said that we had auto start generators on USAF crash trucks in the 1950's.
garry1p 08/20/17 01:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Old School Wiring Gurus Please Step Inside (headlights)

ragtijnet1 has a good idea but if that doesn't work you may have to install relays to redirect the voltage to the proper prongs.
garry1p 08/20/17 01:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Laptop -- Charging Brick -- Surge protector ???

If you are worried about it buy a single outlet surge protector very cheap insurance. I would go one step further and buy a surge protected power strip you can use the multiple outlets for printer, modem or router protection. Both use MOV's that protect from voltage spikes higher the joules the higher the protection. Jules is normally printed on the power strip. Between 1,000-2,000 joules protect: Laptop/Notebook Tablet Router Printer Power Tools
garry1p 08/09/17 06:42pm Technology Corner
RE: 1985 holiday Rambler Kohler 7cm21

I sent you a PM on how I did it same generator. As mr wizard said. But yes an electrician can find the wiring and do a break out to a box with An extension cord so you power the rear unit, or maybe install the selector switch if you don't have one My advice get an electrician and show him this post Do not try this your self
garry1p 08/05/17 02:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: '14 FW Bounder 36E SP/Gen. go off when engine is turned off

Sounds like a bad converter not charging the battery and no 12V to power the 12V side of things. Even with a dead battery the converter should have enough power to light the interior lights when plugged in to shore power. I don't know what kind of coach you have but I suspect you have a switch that kills 12v power for storage that may be in the off position.
garry1p 08/02/17 07:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bluetooth cordless hose from Home Depot

Half price and free shipping from Amazon ships direct from Niagara.
garry1p 08/01/17 08:02pm Technology Corner
RE: ZTE Mobley with ATT unlimited plan to replace my HughesNet

Here is another one. Do your research many devices will do what you are looking for. The Mobility is a neat device however, if you have poor cell phone reception it really is not the answer for high speed internet. https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Wireless-Portable-Compatible-TL-MR3040/dp/B0088PPFP4
garry1p 07/24/17 05:29pm Technology Corner
RE: Kwikee Steps parts

I had the same problem motor worked from the battery and then found it was the 4 way connector corroded. I could measure 11.5V out of the connector but corrosion would not allow enough current to pass.
garry1p 07/18/17 04:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Generator

You are not crazy this has been posted several times in the past you need to do a search on the problem I just don't remember the cause.
garry1p 07/18/17 04:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water pump chattering

The pump cuts off once a set pressure is reached. Could be a bad pressure switch on the pump or I would suspect a restricted water flow allowing a pressure high enough to shut off the pump. If it happens on all faucets restriction probably between the 1st faucet and pump most likely at the pump outlet.
garry1p 07/04/17 07:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: AT&T Unlimited LTE Hotspot $20 without AT&T phones

Anyone have any idea of where I can download a USB driver for the Mobility? Google or ZTE site not much help lots of drivers but none for Mobility I was going to download a cell phone USB driver but don't know. I would like to connect to USB port the computer sees it but says no driver for ZTE Mobility.
garry1p 06/23/17 10:55am Technology Corner
RE: AT&T Unlimited LTE Hotspot $20 without AT&T phones

Well the Mobility is NOT sold as a standalone someone came up with a simple way to use it without being in the vehicle. You can also tether the Mobility to a router for more than five users at one time and a better wireless range. The HUM "may" have a way of doing the same thing I don't know I do not have a Verizon account and figured it might be of interest to someone other than you that has a Verizon account so they can check it out. ATT could just as easy update your Mobility to shut of at 10 minuets no exceptions if they so desire after all it was an update that let you have it on for 24 hours a day.
garry1p 05/15/17 03:39pm Technology Corner
RE: How to Tighten RV Awning Springs over the slideout

Don't remember what kind I had but when the spring broke I looked up the web site and they had a manual you could download with instructions. Easy job just be careful what kind of tool you use you do not want the spring to suddenly unroll while tightening you might eat the tool.
garry1p 05/15/17 03:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: $200.00 thrown away.

When you just don't have the skills to do a job you are at the mercy of the tech and just have to hope for the best. From most of the post I have read on here the mobile tech were competent and saved the day in that case you are happy to pay. On the other hand when you have the skill and no longer can fix things due to age (me)you can oversee the work even though the mechanic really does not want you to. It doesn't take long to figure out if the tech doesn't know the job and you intervene by telling him how to do it or fire him.
garry1p 05/13/17 05:34pm Class A Motorhomes
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