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RE: Water Heater Pressure Relief Valve Outlet Size?

Until a few years ago, Atwood used a 1/2" t&p valve, though I believe the outlet was 3/4" Not certain though, and my stock is in a moving container at the moment, so I cannot check.
Chris Bryant 09/21/17 01:12pm Tech Issues
RE: Need Some Advice Re. RV Refridgerator

What is the model of the fridge? Some have parts that are no longer available, requiring very expensive retrofits if they fail. Others are great candidates for rebuilding.
Chris Bryant 09/21/17 04:41am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Refrigerator Recycling

If it is in a slide out, with a top side vent, allowing access to the top, outside condenser fins, it is easy. Otherwise, the unit has to be pulled.
Chris Bryant 09/20/17 01:10pm Tech Issues
RE: Refrigerator Recycling

That is the fans running. If it is cycling quickly, I would bet the thermal switch on the condenser fins is bad.
Chris Bryant 09/20/17 12:33pm Tech Issues
RE: Increasingredients air flow for a dometic refrigerator

Four door models all require fans, and all come with them installed, so if yours are not running, you just need to fix them, not add new. You can replace the original fans Dometic uses with larger, quieter fans.
Chris Bryant 09/18/17 05:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: dometic fridge heat element replacement

No plate on mine, had to unbutton the whole flue to replace the element. I bet you have the German cooling unit- that one is a pain, but they are pretty rare. IIRC, I did some sheet metal work on the one I had to do, and fabricated a door.
Chris Bryant 09/16/17 02:24pm Travel Trailers
RE: dometic fridge heat element replacement

Worst case should be removing 6 mounting screws and pushing forward a few inches- usually don't even have to unhook lip line.
Chris Bryant 09/11/17 01:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: cordless compressor for tires

My Dad has the Ideaworks one. It did fine for running his car tires from 25 to 32 psi- all 4. The battery was dead, but it comes with a cigar lighter plug, so worked well. Not sure what the upper pressure limit is though.
Chris Bryant 09/09/17 01:03pm Travel Trailers
RE: Give me a tornado anyday over a hurricane

My least favorite phrase- "Conditions will continue to deteriorate for the next (insert some gawdawfull amount of time here) hours". This thing is like a 30 mile wide ef4, surrounded by a 300 mile wide ef1. Godspeed in your journey through the next days (and weeks) to all who stayed, I know many simply had no choice.
Chris Bryant 09/08/17 05:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: How to test frig

You can hook the heating element directly to 120 vac to test, but be very aware that this defeats all safety measures. Just plug it in in the morning, and you will know before night if it's going to work.
Chris Bryant 09/08/17 05:14pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Parts warranty

No offense, but are you certain the board is bad? Other parts can cause it to fail with bad board type symptoms. Yes, it's been tested. The ignition coil is not triggering the igniter. Was it tested with a board tester? A shorted electrode shows that symptom, and that's a much more common failure.
Chris Bryant 09/08/17 01:08pm Camping World Service and Installation
RE: best engine

Either one will outlast the rest of the chassis.
Chris Bryant 09/08/17 12:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Parts warranty

No offense, but are you certain the board is bad? Other parts can cause it to fail with bad board type symptoms.
Chris Bryant 09/08/17 12:10pm Camping World Service and Installation
RE: Hurricane Irma - Size DOES matter!

I feel guilty, just having moved to the Asheville area, happy that I closed on the sale of our Florida property today, and frightened for all of our Florida friends.
Chris Bryant 09/07/17 05:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for Opinions

Ignoring the debt question, here is my opinion. If you travel a lot of miles and a lot of travel days each year with your RV then a MH would be my first choice. If you only travel a few miles or actual travel days per year no matter how many days you spend in the RV then a TT or 5er would be the choice. Can't see a good reason to have a MH you drive 20 days per year and let it sit idle 345 days. ^^^^ this^^^^
Chris Bryant 09/07/17 11:50am General RVing Issues
RE: Honda 3000 is

I ran an 11000 btu portable, 24 cu ft refrigerator and tv off my eu2000, you won't have a problem with the 3000, as long as the ac is 120 volt. Good luck!
Chris Bryant 09/07/17 08:22am Tech Issues
RE: K I B tank monitor panel question

You can just replace the light.
Chris Bryant 09/05/17 07:07am Tech Issues
RE: HWH Question

I would pull on to the blocks first, then level. I'm not 100% certain of the HWH leveling algorithm, but I suspect manually raising, then doing auto level would simply raise the rear to match- I don't think it is programmed to lower on auto, just raise. You could raise, then fully retract and auto level if needed.
Chris Bryant 09/04/17 03:40pm Tech Issues
RE: Alternator Rebuild Sacramento Area

Send it down to Mexicowanderer :)
Chris Bryant 09/04/17 01:35pm Tech Issues
RE: Electric Brake Issues on TT

It's typical for the front drivers side to have more power- the brake line usually goes to that wheel, then the curb side front axle and rear axle splits off that, the rear curb side has the worst- simply more connections to go through, plus the connections are often junk- blue or white scotch locks.
Chris Bryant 09/04/17 06:02am Tech Issues
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