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RE: Norcold circuit board multi-pin wire terminal

Really, truly- the Molex ATX power supply terminal http://www.molex.com/pdm_docs/iso/female_iso.bmp is what it is- I've installed dozens on the older "short pin 15 to reset" models, so you didn't have to tear the cover off. I have old power supplies lying around, so I just removed a few from them.
Chris Bryant 06/27/16 02:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: Norcold circuit board multi-pin wire terminal

Terminals for a computer power supply fit perfectly- the atx motherboard connection.
Chris Bryant 06/27/16 11:41am General RVing Issues
RE: Where to buy door & exterior compartment rubber seal ?

http://www.ebay.com/bhp/trim-lok
Chris Bryant 06/27/16 07:03am Tech Issues
RE: Well this was an eye opener

The biggest problem in the tech field is that of pay- that $120/hr usually translates to ~$15-20/hr for the tech if lucky, and often that will be for the few certified techs at a dealership, with the majority not trained, certified or paid decently. Ad to that most mechanically inclined folks gravitate towards cars- better pay, more glamour, more job opportunities, while not having to learn about so many different trades- plumbing, electrical, mechanical. hydraulic, etc. I do agree the training sucks- I attend every refresher available, but they are few and far between.
Chris Bryant 06/27/16 06:56am General RVing Issues
RE: Dometic DuoTherm AC Problems (No Compressor)

You got the correct readings- Do NOT jump the yellow to red or you might burn up the thermostat. DuoTherm switches the grounds on that system, not hots. Just ground out the yellow up at the roof unit- that will bypass the thermostat and wiring. If it still doesn't come on, it could be a bad freeze sensor. That you can usually short out to test.
Chris Bryant 06/26/16 05:24pm Tech Issues
RE: HELP! Down Spout Question

There will usually be a screw under the vinyl trim holding it on, plus sealant.
Chris Bryant 06/26/16 07:01am Tech Issues
RE: Relacing coil on AC

I would replace it, and not with an Advent. Right now I like Coleman , Atwood, and the US built DuoTherm.
Chris Bryant 06/26/16 05:41am Tech Issues
RE: Dometic RM2652

The only times I have seen a check light staying on we're due to a bad fluorescent light emitting rf interference . I take that back, I did have one that the cable between lower and upper had been chewed up by a squirrel.
Chris Bryant 06/25/16 11:16am Tech Issues
RE: 1998 Dometic RM 2652 refrigerator corrosion on plates

I really would not use Arctic Silver for this, as it would take a couple of thousand dollars worth to do the job, it's not formulated for this application. The supplied mastic does fine.
Chris Bryant 06/25/16 10:37am Tech Issues
RE: 1998 Dometic RM 2652 refrigerator corrosion on plates

Yeah, I do use mastic to seal as well as transfer heat- I would fill the holes just for moisture- foil tape would be fine as well, get the corrosion off, and use enough mastic on the pipes themselves.
Chris Bryant 06/24/16 10:31am Tech Issues
RE: LP auto switch over question????

Nevermind...I think I figured it out.....The center sight glass is the indicator. If it is "green", I'm drawing from whatever tank the green indicator is adjacent to. If the sight glass is "red"...I'm drawing from whatever tank the red indicator is adjacent to. Correct? Correct.
Chris Bryant 06/24/16 10:00am Tech Issues
RE: 1998 Dometic RM 2652 refrigerator corrosion on plates

http://zetal.com/98fleetwood/dometic-refrigerator.html (fixed link) That's not unusual- clean it off and use enough mastic on the new one.
Chris Bryant 06/24/16 07:49am Tech Issues
RE: Source for custom baggage doors

Not the cheapest, but http://www.all-rite.com will build any door, any style.
Chris Bryant 06/24/16 02:50am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Dometic replacing my a/c under warranty with different unit?

I'm pretty sure you will be getting a US built product rather than the China built BriskAir II. They have had material quality issues on the China built units.
Chris Bryant 06/23/16 04:24pm Tech Issues
RE: Dometic RM2652

The igniter electrode is the most common failure on these, gets an internal short.
Chris Bryant 06/22/16 11:39am Tech Issues
RE: Awning Model

Google 830463P -should be the right part.
Chris Bryant 06/19/16 12:38pm Tech Issues
RE: Winegard "Wingman" option-does it help?

While I am a big fan of the wingman, it is not that much more to buy the Sensar IV head with the wingman built in. The way you get new electronics too.
Chris Bryant 06/18/16 03:20am Technology Corner
RE: Coleman Mach Compressor Failing?

Clean the outside fins.
Chris Bryant 06/17/16 06:40pm Tech Issues
RE: Battery / breaker issue

I just had a WFCO 8955 putting out 21 volts. Fried the battery pretty well. There are two 2 amp resistors that got hot and came unsoldered.
Chris Bryant 06/17/16 01:48pm Tech Issues
RE: Propane sensor going off

Um... you are charging the battery which is producing an explosive gas. The detector is very sensitive- that's why when you disconnect the batteries, the alarm doesn't go off. I would install the batteries correctly, in a vented compartment.
Chris Bryant 06/17/16 07:46am Tech Issues
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