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RE: Window Screen Removal

And the winner of the cake IS........John Wayne!!!!! There is a removable plastic strip on the bottom of the screen guide. Thanks for all the suggestions.
ArchHoagland 10/31/14 08:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Window Screen Removal

Thanks for the suggestions. I will try them later on after the Trick or Treaters are gone and let you know.
ArchHoagland 10/31/14 07:29pm Class A Motorhomes
Window Screen Removal

I wanted to remove all my screens to clean them and couldn't get them out of the track. They are mounted on the inside of the windows and slide to open. I tried lifting them up, thinking there were pressure spring pads on them like a regular house screen but no luck. Any thoughts?
ArchHoagland 10/31/14 12:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anybody find refills for Trico 32" wiper blades?

Do you have the kind that attach with screws? You can get adapters so you can use regular J hook blades. Bill Bill brings up an important point. My coach uses a small bolt to attach the blade to the arm. A J hook won't work on mine. I didn't know there was an adapter to convert it to a J hook style until Bill mentioned it. Think I'll look into that as I have a new set of 28" Michelin blades with the J Hook. I went to a smaller length blade a long time ago and it hasn't been a problem.
ArchHoagland 10/31/14 12:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water Pump Ran Dry

Funny I was just thinking about that today. Several years ago mine ran for a good 24 hours and I figured it would destroy it. Runs great to this day. You'll probably be OK.
ArchHoagland 10/29/14 01:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Generator noise under bed

Our gas generator is located amidships and on the other side of the coach. Ours is a Monaco La Palma. Not very much noise and we never run it while sleeping. What brand motorhome do you have?
ArchHoagland 10/29/14 01:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Top of the Grapevine, lost all air pressure!

I'd be curious as to what the cost of repair will be.
ArchHoagland 10/23/14 03:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Scan Gauge

Just for information, Scan gage/ultra gage keep the computer powered-up even when the engine is turned off. This might be a problem if you dry camp for an extended period. I don't know about the dongle. UltraGauge shuts off after power removed. Mine is plugged in all the time even when my coach is stored next to my house.
ArchHoagland 10/14/14 10:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Scan Gauge

UltraGauge That's what I use. Works fine.
ArchHoagland 10/13/14 08:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oregon RV site Ownership

The op wants to buy a site and that is his business. He obviously has the money and wants to spend it on a site that he can call his own. Good luck with your search. I learn a lot on here and I like input from those people who do things that I may be interested in doing myself someday. So I ask questions.
ArchHoagland 10/09/14 10:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oregon RV site Ownership

I'm curious why you are buying a site. I see them for sale occasionally but never really understood why a person would purchase one. Is there a tax advantage or something like that?
ArchHoagland 10/09/14 07:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: This caught my eye on the way home.

I wonder if they will let that into a RV park that has rules about rigs older than 10 years.
ArchHoagland 10/08/14 10:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is Workhorse / BOSCH 51101-C recall still active ?

Have some friends motorhome shopping. Appears one of the units they like does not have the Workhorse Brake Recall installed. Anyone know if Navistar is still paying for safety recall number, 51101-C ??? What is the year, make and model?
ArchHoagland 10/07/14 11:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: I'm thinking of going to manual steps.

You are going to have to fix it sooner or later. Later being when you go to sell your coach. I think that would be an issue a buyer wouldn't like.
ArchHoagland 10/05/14 08:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hankook tire inflation question

Hoot....Did you weigh your coach and, if so, what were the weights?
ArchHoagland 10/04/14 10:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Refrigerator ?

I'll post this just for information for others as I had a bit of a time finding my shutoff which I thought would be under the sink. It wasn't. On my 2004 Monaco La Palma the shutoff is located underneath the refrigerator in the furnace air return space.
ArchHoagland 10/03/14 11:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Truck Was

I'd suggest covering the refrigerator panel. I used a truck wash once and never again. My refrigerator didn't work for about 24 hours after they blasted it. Also be aware that some truck washes use acids to aid in cleaning. The high pressure sprayers can blast water into the seams of your coach so be cautious.
ArchHoagland 10/03/14 09:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oil Change

Once reset it will give the the change oil message again in 3000 miles. I'm not too sure about that. A lady engineer at GM developed a way to monitor all the engine parameters and the change oil message will come on based on your driving. For example, if your engine is running a lot by idling it will require oil changes at less mileage whereas if you are out on the freeway all the time it will go further before a need to change. I have seen mine go over 5,000 miles before the change oil message, although I don't use that message for my change interval. I'm pretty much in the 3,000 to 4,000 area.
ArchHoagland 10/03/14 09:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Starting/fuel pump questions

I'm curious where you bought the pump?
ArchHoagland 10/02/14 11:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Removal of Sharp OTR Microwave/Convection Oven

Plan on pulling the cabinet floor. There are two bolts that hold the microwave on the top along with the two diagonal long bolts that go in from the bottom front. My cabinet floor was stapled into the frame work with about 50 staples. Brilliant. I used four wood screws when I put it back together. My problem was that the Sharp R-1874 would run 59 seconds and stop. The problem was a internal switch that needs to be replaced.
ArchHoagland 10/01/14 10:31am Class A Motorhomes
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