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RE: Dumping the Fresh Water Tank

Dumping the fresh water on the ground is no different that what happens to that ground when it rains. Yes, but that's nature doing it.....and not man. Big difference. ;)
korbe 11/25/15 02:46pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Toasting in a Oven ?

We make toast the same way we would make french toast - except no egg.
korbe 11/25/15 10:27am Truck Campers
RE: keeping the fresh water tank sanitary over the winter

I would wait til spring and then taste it. Ours has never tasted bad after sitting empty all winter, but we still sanitize it before our first trip of the year.
korbe 11/25/15 10:25am Travel Trailers
RE: Dumping the Fresh Water Tank

Our 5er has a drain valve pointing down from the FW tank. But after looking at the tank and valve, I noticed the outflow line is connected to the tank along the bottom side, and not along the bottom. I will now drain my tank while sitting on a cross slope.
korbe 11/25/15 08:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Winter Storage of RV

If it were me, I would winterize and not worry about the temps. Running the furnace or using any other heat source doesn't make too much sense to me - if the storage is for more than a few weeks.
korbe 11/25/15 07:23am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Perking coffee -- how long?

I'm confused on the logic by those who get an inverter to run a pot of coffee in the morning.Would it be more logical to run a generator? Many people would answer yes. But after our perked coffee, and when we are out in the morning to enjoy our coffee, the sound of a generator running just to make someone's coffee can be annoying, to say the least.
korbe 11/21/15 06:12pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Power or no Power ???

Mine gets closed up for the 6-months of non use. Just check in on the batteries every couple of months.
korbe 11/21/15 09:20am Fifth-Wheels
RE: What's your favorite app?

Mine is "Calc XLS Free". It is a free spreadsheet program that I have been able to use on my Ipad for all sorts of handy personal business and family needs.
korbe 11/21/15 09:16am Technology Corner
RE: Perking coffee -- how long?

Our camping percolator coffee gets turned down once the perc starts. We let it perc for 5 minutes, then let it rest for about 3 minutes. Perfect.
korbe 11/21/15 09:11am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Antifreeze in water pump

If I was in your situation, I would drain the water heater and blow out the lines after each trip, and do it again after each winter trip. I wouldn't worry about the pink stuff
korbe 11/18/15 05:11pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: What would happen?

May depend on whether or not she is your mother in law......
korbe 11/17/15 04:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: Quick Winterizing Question

After I run the pink stuff out the faucets and before I pour more into the traps, I empty the holding tanks.
korbe 11/16/15 01:18pm Travel Trailers
RE: Update on California 395 now?

Okay, phase one complete. Now keep your eye on the next storm coming through tonight through Monday. Either leave now to beat the snow over Donner, or wait til later in the week. Enjoy.
korbe 11/14/15 09:19am Roads and Routes
RE: Battery Shut off and Storage Question.

Once my 2 Trojan 6-volts are charged up, I will disconnect them and also be disconnected from shore power. I will test their voltage about once a month to see how well they are staying charged. Most winters, I will not need to plug them in to shore power at all. I have read that to keep them fully charged, you plug them in once a month and let them charge for 24-hours.
korbe 11/13/15 12:19pm Travel Trailers
RE: I-5 Oregon passes

Normally if there is a storm event in late March or early April, it normally gets cleard off the road pretty quickly. Different than a series of storms in December or January.
korbe 11/12/15 06:41am Roads and Routes
RE: bypass valve

In my bypass mode, I turn one valve to allow connectivity between the hot and cold lines, and another valve to close water access to the tank
korbe 11/09/15 11:51am Beginning RVing
RE: bypass valve

My manual valve configuration routes the cold water inlet to the hot water outlet at the tank. So in my case, the cold water will run through the hot water lines.
korbe 11/09/15 09:33am Beginning RVing
RE: Leaks galore

?....and had very few areas of de-lamination. Clue #1 ........ and did a bunch of great looking caulking and sealing of the roof, joints etc. Clue #2
korbe 11/08/15 12:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: 5th wheelers size and frequent relocation/campsite fit size?

My thoughts would be that if you are wandering around the country from one RV park to the next, length is normally not a problem. But once you start wandering around in the more rural areas and the public type campgrounds, you may feel things a bit tight.
korbe 11/08/15 12:51pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: backing camper into garage with a driveway incline...help!

Don't have a clear picture yet of what is the problem. The incline is from the street to the garage? And that angle allows the rear of the trailer to extend upward and want to hit the top of the garage door opening?
korbe 11/08/15 12:45pm Folding Trailers
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