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RE: No Direct TV Receptions

You basically have to have a direct connection from the satellite to the receiver with no splitters or amps in line. Since it's a new unit it may be wired for satellite but should be marked. I would run a cable straight through the door to the receiver and set up the dish. Once I know it works I would then attempt to use the trailer wiring because even if prewired for satellite they could be crossed.
jconnally 03/10/14 09:54pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Electric Mods

popeyemth, This is just what I have been wanting and they look great. Thanks for the Ebay links to make it easy.
jconnally 02/25/14 08:42pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Loading problem.

Backing the truck's rear wheels up onto wheel ramps helps raise the front of the trailer. My concern is that you are increasing the incline of the ramp to the point that it becomes dangerous to drive the cycle up. If the ramp is dry and has an abrasive coating for traction you may be OK. However, when it's wet it really creates a problem. I do not recommend a running start as you could lose control. It needs to be eased up the ramp. That brings us back to the incline of the ramp, especially if loading when it's wet. Another solution may be to use an addition ramp that can be positioned to contact the trailer's ramp about half way up. A longer secondary ramp of this kind will decrease the incline. You could also elevate the leading edge of the ramp and then use the secondary ramp to get you up to trailer's ramp. That way the incline would be less. Your problem really seems like a design flaw of the trailer's manufacturer. Maybe the axles are placed to far rearward which makes is harder to get the right incline. Just some thoughts. Wouldn't it decrease the angle? If the door is on the rear of the trailer and you raise the front you lower the rear, decreasing the angle. Of course if raised enough you could create a bad incline on the inside of the TH and cause problems but to raise it that high would cause other problems......
jconnally 02/23/14 09:28pm Toy Haulers
RE: Breaker tripping.

Perhaps a bad converter and thus not charging the battery causing a dead battery? Disconnecting the battery and still having the problem eliminates the battery charging from overloading the converter. Really sounds like a bad converter now. Since you have a dead battery and the converter will not run due to tripping the breaker, put a charger on the battery and see if the voltage will come up. Leave the charger attached and it should provide 12V until you replace the converter.
jconnally 02/22/14 07:52pm Tech Issues
RE: Loading problem.

You want to be hitched up to load and something simple right? What about driving the rear wheels of the truck on leveling blocks which would raise the rear of the truck and hitch thus lowering the rear of the trailer? Might take a few leveling blocks but should be sturdy. I would use 2X12's stacked.
jconnally 02/15/14 08:46am Toy Haulers
RE: Campgrounds along I-65 north of Birmingham AL

If you're coming down I65 the closest to the Interstate and around Birmingham would probably be Oak Mountain State Park. The Alapark websight is down but I'm sure you could google and find information. Here's the contact info: Oak Mountain State Park Campground, Cabins, Golf Web reservations will be available soon OakMountain.StatePark@dcnr.alabama.gov Campground: (205) 620-2527 Cabins: (205) 620-2524 Golf: (205) 620-2522 Joe
jconnally 06/16/13 09:53am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Good Riddance you rotten old HULK!!!! Bye ByeTT

Looks to be in great shape. What did you end up doing with your re-build project?
jconnally 05/26/13 05:32am Travel Trailers
RE: Ugh- found some water in the overhead bunk- what to do.

My opinion's free so you get what you pay for. My theory is the RV shop would just patch it and make it look good and you would pay a premium. Since you appear to have good skills and diagnosed where it was leaking and have a vested interest in a quality repair, I think I would do it myself. Hopefully folks with some experience will chime in with suggestions and you can take the best from those suggestions and make a quality repair, most likely much better than a dealer. Joe
jconnally 05/21/13 07:58pm Class C Motorhomes
Henderson Beach Fl, Electrictry

I was just able to reserve a site at Henderson Beach for the 4th of July and noticed the site says 30 amps. I haven't stayed there in the summer since I upgraded to 50 amp 5th wheel. Can anyone confirm 30 amps only? 4th of July and I'm going to be limited to 1 A/C?
jconnally 05/20/13 06:15pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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