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RE: Frig not working

Looks like people don't read the OP's post. He said the flame is there. Just not cooling. I'm stumped.
korbe 10/23/14 11:43am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Dropbox, Pros and Cons

I use dropbox to easily transfer files from different computers and Ipads.
korbe 10/23/14 11:37am Technology Corner
RE: Do you let your TV warm up before towing?

When the outside temp is about 50, I will take off right away but no punching it for a few minutes. Normally by the time I get to the park exit the truck is ready to go. Now when it's down lower than 30, It doesn't move for about 5 minutes. Of course, that's at home in my driveway and not sitting next to camping neighbors.
korbe 10/23/14 07:24am Tow Vehicles
RE: How far do you go in a day?

In our part of the country, with a lot of 2-lane mountainous roads, I'm ready to call it a day after about six hours on the road.
korbe 10/23/14 07:16am Towing
RE: Are there any RV toilets with a P trap?

Newer RV's have been designed to minimize odors coming up thru the toilet while flushing. Older RV's not so much. If you have a newer RV, the odor problem may be because of the vent not working properly. JMO
korbe 10/23/14 07:12am Full-time RVing
RE: Do You Hang Lights From Your Awning?

Not for us. Makes it harder to see the stars.
korbe 10/22/14 05:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Generator/s

You may find that you can enjoy some dry camping without a generator at all. Understanding the 12-volt system helped me conserve and dry camp for up to 6 days without a battery recharge.
korbe 10/22/14 03:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Leaving water in fresh water tank

I will only drain mine if I think it came from a questionable source and that it may not be properly purified.
korbe 10/22/14 11:45am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Help-Water Tank Won't Drain

Do you have a manual low point drain either along the bottom or bottom side of the tank?
korbe 10/22/14 11:07am Tech Issues
RE: Winter battery care

Our temps get down to around zero in the winter, and I leave my 2 6-volts in the battery compartment in the 5er. We may have the rig plugged in at different times during the winter but since the float charge from the converter doesn't seem to work real well, I will keep the batteries disconnected with my disconnect switch - after getting a full charge. About once a month I will check the voltage and if it drops I will connect and charge through the converter for about 24 hours. Last winter I only needed to charge them up just once.
korbe 10/22/14 10:13am General RVing Issues
RE: 12 volt coffee maker

We use a percolator also. Wonder if that basic technology is becoming a lost art?
korbe 10/22/14 08:02am Truck Campers
RE: Interesting Places to see and do

Silver Lake
korbe 10/22/14 07:36am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Charging Amps engine alternator vs Generator

Using your generator to defrost some bagels while in Yosemite?
korbe 10/22/14 07:33am Tech Issues
RE: How to avoid bad campgrounds

I have seen more than a few RV Parks that ultimately evolve into trailer parks. I can understand the economics. When I stay at one of these types of parks, and I step in dog poop as I first get out of my truck, it's difficult to keep an open mind on the situation.
korbe 10/21/14 08:10am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Dual Trojans and furnace

My Furnace fan uses 6.7ah while in use. I have a pair of Trojan T105's and used the furnace for about a half hour in the morning for 2 straight days and that is not much, in itself, for about 110 ah available.
korbe 10/21/14 07:58am Tech Issues
RE: Plugged up Black tank

I have never had a problem of wondering if the black tank is truly empty or not. But if I did, I think I would first stick some wire either up or down into the tank and listen for any splashing around - if possible. Or put some cotton on a string and drop it down the toilet and raise it up quickly to see if it's sopping wet. Two access points to investigate.
korbe 10/20/14 06:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: my black water drain...

Sure can't see how the black tank could drain without the use of a valve. One big mess each time the cap is removed.
korbe 10/20/14 06:21pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Park Models RV or Not?

When park models first came put, their design was specifically to keep the MH standards out of the mix. It only seems to take time for the gov to catch up and regain power on these sorts of issues.
korbe 10/20/14 04:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: 97 from Toppenish, WA to Klamath Falls

Hwy 97 from Bend south through Klamath Falls is on the back side of the Cascades and in higher elevations. When it does snow in this area, it can be a bit nasty. If no storms coming through, it should be okay. At least with weather forecasting technologies now a days, you can keep track of the storms and also check the traffic cams located along the way to see how they look.
korbe 10/20/14 12:59pm Roads and Routes
RE: Building a cover for future TT

In many jurisdictions, any structure of this nature would require it to be engineered. A structural engineer can give you many options.
korbe 10/20/14 11:28am Travel Trailers
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