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RE: Extended Warranties

1. They are NOT warranties 2. They are EXTENDED service contracts 3. They do NOT cover everything 4. READ and understand what the coverage is. THIS is the biggest problem with consumers. They do NOT read and comprehend what the ESC covers and does NOT cover. They hear it is a extended WARRANTY. IT IS NOT. The price will be dependent on what is covered. 1 YEAR ESC contracts rarely cover the things people want it to cover. People that understand what I have just posted are usually happy ESC contract owners. The ESC is betting you will NOT need them and you are betting you will. Doug They are an insurance policy and as far as I am concerned a waste of money.
workhardplayharder 04/19/14 12:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: May have poisoned my dog

If you are concerned if the water is safe to drink contact the local health department. They may have the ability to test the water or give you information on where you can have the water tested.
workhardplayharder 04/12/14 12:25pm RV Pet Stop
RE: stink bugs

Spray bottle mixed with 2 parts dawn dish soap and fill with water. They will make maybe 6 inches and be dead. Then you can pick up the carcasses and dispose of them. Also spray every crook and cranny you can find. 2 parts Dawn soap? What are the other parts? How big are the parts?
workhardplayharder 04/10/14 10:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Off leash dog parks

I keep mine on a leash as I prefer others to do with their "Little Angel". I always seem to find a secluded part of the park, trail or open field that I can take her to run. I am typically hesitant to play with dogs that we don't know.
workhardplayharder 04/10/14 10:18am RV Pet Stop
RE: Fuse question

I know how to troubleshoot a 12v circuit and I know if he leaves he fuse out at some point he will find what the circuit goes to. The reason for the original question is to see if anyone else has a similar TT that they can tell me what "option 2" circuit maybe for. I am at a disadvantage as my fiend is several hundred miles away and has limited mechanical skills.
workhardplayharder 04/08/14 08:18pm Travel Trailers
RE: Fuse question

He said the new fuse did not blow but light is on.
workhardplayharder 04/07/14 12:17pm Travel Trailers
RE: Macerator system

By using these macerator systems. What is the time frame during dumping? Depends on the type. Some have the system permanently mounted. For them it is quick. I have to attach the Flow Jet and uncoil the hoses. It does take longer but I mainly use mine to clean tanks at home. Pump up to 100 feet away.
workhardplayharder 04/06/14 07:33pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
Fuse question

Ok first off I am trying to help a friend who just bought a 2006 Thor (Duthcmen?) Adirondack 27 FB-DSL. We are texting to trying to solve the following problem. He has a 15 amp fuse that was blown. There was a red LED light that I am assuming indicated the bad fuse. He replaced the fuse but the light stays on. He says the fuse is labeled "Option 2" but he also said it was not clear writing on the label. He can't tell what the fuse goes to. When he pulls the fuse he can't tell what shuts off. He said when he replaced the bad fuse the other lights and AC "dimmed". I am thinking this fuse is for a relay or maybe the battery charger/converter. Any ideas what this is for?
workhardplayharder 04/06/14 07:29pm Travel Trailers
RE: Swipe and Save? Not so much.

It is entertaining to read about the efforts people will go through to "save" on fuel. My RV has a 80 gallon tank and usually about 60 gallon sale when I fuel up. 60 x 0.04= $2.40.
workhardplayharder 04/01/14 02:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: 2013 break down for truck sales.

..and the writer uses the 'ton' designations. It will be a long time before that ever goes away. The ton designation is accurate. Modern trucks will carry a 1/2. 3/4 or 1 ton payload using the Metric Military Standard Conversion. :h
workhardplayharder 04/01/14 10:34am Tow Vehicles
RE: Bicycle cover

Swagman
workhardplayharder 03/28/14 08:57pm General RVing Issues
RE: Cooler for Motorhome

12 volt cooler. Never buy ice again.
workhardplayharder 03/28/14 02:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: PITA Topping Off Propane

Also, if the vendor has an unpleasant attitude, or does not want to sell less that a certain amount, I find someplace else with better attitude. I try not to do business with vendors that do not appreciate my business, small as it may be. If I were a vender I would gladly point you in the right direction when only buying a couple gallons. It cost him more to dispense than the sale price. How much gas/diesel is someone willing to burn to save a few bucks on propane. Just pay the flipping minimum charges and move on.
workhardplayharder 03/26/14 10:34am Tech Issues
RE: How Long Do Your Propane Tanks Last

To make them last a little longer in winter I pull in the slide(s)at night. With the slides in the RV is more air tight keeping the cold out and the warm in.
workhardplayharder 03/26/14 10:26am Travel Trailers
RE: Two found dead in rv

Who's Larry? An example of why punctuation is important.
workhardplayharder 03/24/14 04:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chasis/Engine/drive train work F53 Chasis Pensacola Florida

Contact Ford they will direct you to a dealer that is set up to work on your RV.
workhardplayharder 03/19/14 07:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Are Air Suspension Motor Homes Dangerous

Jackgilliat, If you want to quote someone please click the "Quote" link across the header within their post.-------------------- ^HERE^
workhardplayharder 03/18/14 06:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Polishing wheels on Ford Chassis

Post like this make this forum entertaining. If the guy would have just post "best way to polish wheels" we would have had people replying, "what is the make and model". But, he included the chassis type and automatically everyone else knows his RV better than him.
workhardplayharder 03/17/14 07:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shasta24 almost ready

I am curious of the budget???? In the distant horizon I am planning going to look for a 60's or 70's era truck and TT to restore.
workhardplayharder 03/16/14 12:18pm Travel Trailers
RE: adding 4 horns

There are horn lovers and haters on this forum, be carefull! Horns are great! Didn't you ever sit up on the hill at Grandpa's house and pump your arm at the big trucks as they rolled by to see if they would honk or not, when you were a kid. We did, we didn't have anything else to do and all had a big laugh when the honked. Today horns are used as a weapon. These train horns are far louder that needed and are used by ignorant people who use their horn instead of their brake. I guess some feel that with the purchase of one of these horns they appoint themselves as a "Sargent of Arms" on the highway and their life purpose is to notify the surrounding area that another vehicle has done something they don't like. I put the users of these train horns in the same class as the little Hood Rats that drive around with their cars pumping out bass. I am guessing mommy and daddy didn't give them enough attention when they were a child.
workhardplayharder 03/16/14 08:04am Class A Motorhomes
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