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RE: Propane - when is a fill a true fill

We have a translucent tank, I can see the level. I trust you don't have one of the ones under an emergency recall, made by the Lite cylinder company.
Chris Bryant 12/20/14 07:15am General RVing Issues
RE: Led flood light mounted on back of trailer

I would hook them to an inconspicuous spdt switch, one side hooked to the backup line, the other to a fused battery feed. Unofficialy, of course ;)
Chris Bryant 12/19/14 01:40pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Propane - when is a fill a true fill

I bet they go by the simple tare plus capacity, and don't allow for the weight of the hose and filler- probably around..... 2 pounds.
Chris Bryant 12/19/14 12:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: help with my Atwood heater please asap

A thought- did you ever test the continuity of the igniter wire?
Chris Bryant 12/19/14 07:44am Tech Issues
RE: help with my Atwood heater please asap

There is a way to test, but you need a meter capable of reading microamps and a 1.5 uf ceramic capacitor- http://bryantrv.com/images/temp/flamesense1.png A reading of 15 microamps or over means the board is bad- under that, something else- electrode, wire, ground, flame, etc.
Chris Bryant 12/18/14 09:52am Tech Issues
RE: help with my Atwood heater please asap

Check and clean the orifice.
Chris Bryant 12/18/14 07:40am Tech Issues
RE: Awning placement question

Nearly always the stowed height is governed by stop bolts in the lower leg, not the bottom bracket location. Regardless, usually you don't want to move the bottom bracket, as they should be installed at the floor line, for a secure attachment point.
Chris Bryant 12/17/14 11:37am Tech Issues
RE: Faucets Upgrade

Phoenix makes a brass shower and tub faucet that is pretty good quality, as well as brass shower only faucets. These use brass stems with replaceable washers and o-rings. Not fancy, but will last forever. All of our Airstreams have used single handle Moen shower faucets with an off the shelf outlet for the shower hose- a good plumbing store would probably have something similar.
Chris Bryant 12/17/14 08:43am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Difference between Hydo and Aqua?

I really would not use it until you have it serviced- a friend had his Aquahot burn his coach up- more than a year and $250K and it never was right.
Chris Bryant 12/16/14 09:46am General RVing Issues
RE: Difference between Hydo and Aqua?

:S Is there an answer in there somewhere?
Chris Bryant 12/16/14 09:03am General RVing Issues
RE: SUBURBAN SF 30 FURNANCE

Did you check the orifice? That nearly always is the problem when you have spark and can smell the propane- the orifice will be partially clogged.
Chris Bryant 12/16/14 08:42am Tech Issues
RE: UPS and Generators

You could try loosening the transfer point on voltage on the UPS- I know my low end APC models let you set transfer voltage (high and low), but not frequency.
Chris Bryant 12/16/14 08:22am Technology Corner
RE: Difference between Hydo and Aqua?

I believe HydroHot and AquaHot are the same- they just changed the name.
Chris Bryant 12/16/14 08:08am General RVing Issues
RE: Truck stop diesel receipt wrong too often?

I would also contact your credit card provider.
Chris Bryant 12/15/14 08:37am General RVing Issues
RE: Furnace issue

All you did was to reset the circuit board- when you unplugged the motor, the sail switch opened, then closed again when you plugged it back in.You could do the same thing by shutting the thermostat down, then back up. Look at the far left side, unplug the edge connector on the circuit board and plug it back in a couple of times. I second the thermostat suggestion- *if* the thermostat only controls the furnace, or if it is an old Coleman mechanical thermostat.
Chris Bryant 12/14/14 12:46pm Tech Issues
RE: Gas oven goes out while in use

I would guess the pilot is a bit clogged, and the pilot flame is too small. Once it gets up to temp, the main burner goes out, and the pilot cannot keep itself lit.
Chris Bryant 12/14/14 07:42am General RVing Issues
RE: SUBURBAN SF 30 FURNANCE

Should be a single screw, centered at the bottom. There is actually a single screw on the inside, and a single on the outside- depending on whether you have an exterior access door. We usually remove the screw you cannot get to (if that makes sense at all).
Chris Bryant 12/12/14 07:16am Tech Issues
RE: Cutting Cabinets

Going lower usually is not an option- while it is possible, you must allow for venting of LP, and moving the outside access door is a magnitude more difficult, plus the issues of service. The only problem with going up is the doors- if you remove the old refrigerator and look at the cross piece at the top, you will likely see it is removable, pocket screwed from the back. If it isn't, it will be stapled- just pull the staples. After removing it is fairly easy to move the floor of the cabinet up. You might even find there is a filler piece to the side- usually refrigerator openings under 23.x inches wide use a side filler piece as well.
Chris Bryant 12/12/14 06:16am Tech Issues
RE: Need WiFi Board?

IIRC, Apple will call it the AirPort- and it probably already has it.
Chris Bryant 12/10/14 06:43am Technology Corner
RE: Norcold refrig lights all flash

You don't need to pull it to test it- the specs call for +-10%, and 39 ohms is well within that. Hot or cold makes no difference. You really need to tell what board number you installed- non of the 9100 series has cooling unit sensing, which is the only reset there is on those, and each board needs to match the controls.
Chris Bryant 12/09/14 02:52pm Tech Issues
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