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RE: Front ac not responding

Thanks LVJ. Note above fix. Thanks for the feedback and glad to hear you got it up and running with minimal effort. Best regards and safe travels...:)
LVJ58 02/09/18 09:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Front ac not responding

The coach is new to me. Learning. First time for three. The two that work cool the coach well so i didn’t notice it was not on. Breakers are ok and fan only does not work either. Thinking thermostat issue. Our coach has the Dometic Brisk Aire units and had the same problem with the bedroom AC unit. Turned out to be a bad control module on the unit. Unfortunately the module for the 4 button T-stat was no longer available so had to have both modules replaced and new 12 button T-stat installed. A rather expensive repair. That might be your problem, but not sure. Good luck finding the fix and let us know what it was. Travel Safe....:)
LVJ58 02/09/18 11:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Electrical?

I'm probably overly cautious. Before I start my generator, I unplug from shore power. I know the transfer switch will prevent backfeeding or shore power from entering my electrical system. But, I chose to be extra careful. I agree that's the best action to take should transfer switch malfunction. Good Luck and Safe travels....
LVJ58 02/06/18 11:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need Purchasing Options!

Our 2000 Residency built on the Ford chassis has served us well for the past 17 years so for me, I'm pleased with my "ford only" engine option. Being manufacturers of diesel powered chassis I would think it would be highly unlikely that Spartan or Freightliner would venture into building gas engine powered chassis,and even if they did what gas engine options are currently available on the market to power those chassis. Nice idea however and no doubt there would be benefits to have more than one engine option for a gas powered chassis. Best regards and Safe Travels
LVJ58 02/03/18 10:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Progressive Insurance questions

For whatever it's worth, we had our first coach and our current coach insured by Foremost Insurance Co. With our first coach we filed a claim of over $9,000 and a few minor claims. We experienced excellent no hassle service on our claims and no increase in premium. On our current coach we've filed a few minor claims, ie. window and awning replacement. We have full coverage with $250 deductible and our current annual premium is $838.00. Based on our experience with Foremost I would highly recommend them. Good luck with your choice of insurers and safe travels...
LVJ58 02/02/18 06:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Checked out 2002 Monaco hitting the road next week

Wishing you a fun, safe and trouble free journey...:)
LVJ58 01/29/18 10:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Coach manufacturers under one million dollars?

With the quality coach you have, for me it would be a no brainer, I would update. Good luck with your choice of action and safe travels :)
LVJ58 01/28/18 06:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires

Michelin or Continental or some knock off. which is the most tire reliable for the money. Just wondering what the opinions will be:) IMHO Brigestone or Continental..been using Bridgestones on our coach now for 18 years with zero problems... Good luck with your brand choice and safe travels....
LVJ58 01/28/18 10:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: TIRES

Personally I would choose Bridgestones or Continentals. Been running Bridgestones on our coach now for 18 years with zero issues. Good luck with your choice of tire Brands and Safe travels.......
LVJ58 01/24/18 11:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Keeping Her Plugged In

I leave mine plugged in to 50amp service when parked at home. I turn converter off and let the 110w solar panel maintain coach and chassis battery by leaving battery disconnect switches in the ON position. So far no problem over 20 years. Best of luck and safe travels...:)
LVJ58 01/16/18 10:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Insurance

You may want to check out Foremost Insurance Co. With our first and current coach we've been insured with them now for 22 years. We've experienced excellent ho hassle claim service with Foremost and no premium increases. Here's a link to their site if interested: http://www.foremost.com/ Good luck with your choice of an insurer and safe travels....:)
LVJ58 01/09/18 07:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 12 volt light fixtures

There's a vendor in Quartzsite AZ (don't recall the business name)who has surplus RV parts where I bought a replacement ceiling light fixture for the one over our dining table. You may also want to Google "RV light fixtures" on the internet. Good luck & Safe Traavels...:)
LVJ58 01/08/18 11:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What do I do??

National built good quality coaches, if you can afford to spend the $40k without going into bankruptcy, I would go for it, however I would pay for a thorough inspection of the coach before buying. Good luck with your quest for a coach....:)
LVJ58 12/30/17 11:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Amish Cooling Unit

We replaced the cooling unit in our Norcold 1200 LRIM with the Amish unit in 2013 and it works great. Here's the link to the RV Cooling Unit Warehouse if interested: https://rvcoolingunit.com/ Good luck and safe travels....:)
LVJ58 12/25/17 05:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shocks

If you have a Ford chassis you might want to consider Koni FSD shocks, more expensive but greatly improves ride on Ford Chassis. Good luck and safe travels....:)
LVJ58 12/09/17 12:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: FMCA Vote. A Poll and your thoughts.

At this time my position would be category (A). I would like to think that all who own either class A, B, or C class motor homes and those who own towable RV's share a common interest in enjoying the RV lifestyle. I would like to think the more the merrier. Best Regards to all and Safe Travels :)
LVJ58 12/05/17 05:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Safeco vs. Foremost MH Insurance Comments or Experience

We've had our first and current coach insured with Foremost now for 22 years and have experienced excellent no hassle claim service from them with no increase in premium. Based on our experience with Foremost I can highly recommend them. Good luck with your choice of insurers and safe travels....:)
LVJ58 11/27/17 05:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A DP Fumes in Coach While Driving

If it were mine, I would have it checked for leaks in the exhaust system. Good Luck & Safe Travels...
LVJ58 11/06/17 01:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tag axle

As was mentioned tag axles increase load carrying capacity and on our coach I found the tag enhances directional stability of our coach. I'm comfortable cruising at 60 to 62 mph. Enjoy your new coach and safe travels...:)
LVJ58 11/03/17 10:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Use electric polisher on body?

I have a mobile service person do mine. Washes roof and washes and waxes coach for $300 well worth it to me as I getting too old for that stuff. I'll Defer to others to give advice on electric polisher use. Best of luck and Safe travels...
LVJ58 10/23/17 01:08pm Class A Motorhomes
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