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RE: New to the forum with an old Mallard

On my '89 E-150 300-6 with 5 speed stick, that can is on the inside of the frame about under the drivers seat. Dusty
Dusty R 07/14/14 06:59pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: New to the forum with an old Mallard

It may only have cab air. If you have coach air, the AC unit will be sitting on the coach roof in one of the vents.
Dusty R 07/13/14 10:10am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Where to find Owner's Manual?

If you want to see what an owners manual for a motor home looks like, I have scanned a manual for a 22' '88 Mallard. Dusty
Dusty R 07/13/14 10:06am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Bathroom door out of plumb

I'd take it in now and find how long it will take them to fix it. If too long for now, then tell them that you will bring it back latter to be fixed. Dusty
Dusty R 07/13/14 06:08am Tech Issues
RE: 2000 Bounder with an Intellitec Transfer/Relay issue

There could be a bad joint in a junction box somewhere. What type of wire is on the input of the relay? Do a continuity test between the plug on the end of your shore cord and the input at the relay. Dusty
Dusty R 07/13/14 06:01am Tech Issues
RE: Inverter question

Most flat screen TV's are 12 volt to begin with. They have what's often called a wall wart, that's on the end of the cord that plugs into the 120 volt wall receptacle. If you look close at that wall wart, it will tell you that it's input is 120v and if the out put is 12v. That cord can be unplugged from the TV. Now just find a new cord that one end will plug into the TV, and the other end will plug into your 12v outlet, and has the same polarity. Dusty
Dusty R 07/13/14 05:52am Tech Issues
RE: Bad tasting water

In 1988 we bought a new 22' mh, a couple years latter I added a small bladder type pressure tank. This system worked very well. Also we NEVER sanitized the fresh water system, and never had a problem. In 2002 we replaced that mh home with another new mh. Because the bladder tank had worked so well in the old mh I put one in this new mh first thing and we also sanitized it sometime after adding the bladder tank. The water always had a slight bad taste that bothered my dw more than it did me. Last fall before we headed for Florida the winter, I disconnected the bladder tank, you don't need it when hooked to city water. That got rid of the bad taste. I have a new bladder tank that I need to get hooked up before we leave next week for a 2 week vacation, where we will be using the pump most of the time. Dusty
Dusty R 07/10/14 10:38am Tech Issues
RE: New to the forum with an old Mallard

We had an '88 MALLARD 22' that we bought new, used until 'o2. Sold it to a good neighbor. She now has it fore sale. I have the manuel in a computer file. Dusty
Dusty R 07/08/14 06:06pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Interior Wall Restoration, Looking for Some Ideas !/?

Not sure but I believe that the walls are covered with vinyl covered paneling. You might want to replace the paneling. Dusty
Dusty R 07/06/14 07:07am Class C Motorhomes
RE: In-dash air conditioner - Worth converting or fixing?

When the sun shines on the windshield, it heats the glass and the glass radiates infrared heat into the mh. To counteract this turn your defrosters on. The AC runs when the defroster is on, this will cool the windshield. Dusty
Dusty R 07/06/14 07:02am Class C Motorhomes
RE: wfco 8845 converter ?

I replaced my original charger with a 3-stage charger many years ago. I've found with the 3-stage, my batteries use much less water, and we mostly dry camp. And the batteries do charge faster, so I don't need to run the generator as long. Dusty
Dusty R 07/05/14 05:11am Tech Issues
RE: Why not use AFCI's in RVs?

As most of you know a GFCI trips when there is a small imbalance between hot and neutral. The older refrigeration compressors with capacitors cause an imbalance when starting, and will trip a GFCI. Dusty
Dusty R 07/04/14 06:01am Tech Issues
RE: Leveling jacks

One thing to consider is how much weight they add to your mh.
Dusty R 07/04/14 05:36am Class C Motorhomes
RE: How long have you had your C?

Bought a new Mallard in '88, sold in '02. 22' Ford E-350 Bought a new Itasca in '02, still have it. 24' Ford E-350.
Dusty R 07/04/14 05:34am Class C Motorhomes
RE: tail pipe extension

I'd go to a muffler shop. They make to fit. Dusty
Dusty R 07/03/14 04:36am Class C Motorhomes
RE: No hot water pressure

On the water heater where the hot water line hooks to the heater.
Dusty R 07/01/14 06:11am Tech Issues
RE: Generator question

http://www.interlockkit.com/ You can get one of these from here or the last couple years you can get them from most big box stores for much less. And they are approved by NEC. I've installed a couple. Dusty
Dusty R 06/27/14 05:41pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: minimum voltage to run A/C

National Electric Code allows a 3% drop from incoming line to the main panel, and 3% drop from main panel to farthest use point, BUT no more than 5% incoming line to farthest use point. Dusty
Dusty R 06/24/14 05:12pm Tech Issues
value of used mh

Would like to know the ball park value of an '88 Mallard mh. In 1988 we purchased a new 22 foot Mallard mh. In 2002 we sold it to a good neighbor, and now they would like to sell it but needs to know it's value. It's 22' with on a Ford E-350, with a 460 engine, it does not have a generator, or roof air. The water heater, fridge and furnace do have Direct Spark Ignition. It has about 65,000 miles on it. There is room for 2 coach, deep cycle, batteries. I forgot to ask about the tires. Thanks, Dusty
Dusty R 06/24/14 06:18am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Block off cab-over window?

I covered the inside of ours with some 1/4" insulation foam, that is tucked into the window frame, and covered the outside with aluminum foil tape.
Dusty R 06/23/14 05:06am Class C Motorhomes
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