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RE: Any place to leave a trailer around Jackson Hole 1-2 days?

RV Storage Options Jackson
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 09:47pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Is this Farewell?

Have you seen the current Chase.Ink CC commercial with Solomon Choi and Marcus Lemonis. Marcus is identified as 'Entrepreneur'.....NO Camping World, Good Sam, Affinity etc. Previous Chase commercials identified him as 'The Profit' Appears as a deliberate separation........we're gonna miss you!
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 09:32pm Around the Campfire
RE: ? Too Much Bleach?

Correct ratio is 1/4 cup bleach per 15 gallons water IF you have used a higher bleach to water ratio then drain fresh water tank and dilute OR just start draining/rinsing/flushing system............continuously. Excessive bleach is tough to get rid of taste/smell. BUT there is hydrogen peroxide solution as mentioned........it does work
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 09:17pm Beginning RVing
RE: Can't See to Hitch Up

Nice thing about 5th wheel hitches unlike bumper pulls......get close and king pin will slide into opening of hitch. When you are hitched make a mental note of 5vr in your mirrors as a reference. Also when backing in 'center' hitch in bed of truck for as long as you CAN see it, then keep backing into until you feel/hear hitch latch. King pin box plate should be 1" lower than hitch plate so 5vr rides up onto and then into hitch to eliminate 'high hitching' AND if need be....get out and look (GOAL)
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 09:09pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Crime Problems In South Baja California Sur

When robbers start getting little or nothing they will stop. Usually NOT the case........more likely they get frustrated with escalating violence
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 09:02pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Generator not making a sound

Battery connects to slide out may be good BUT that doesn't mean battery connections to generator are. Check for 12V DC AT generator connection and that grounds are clean tight.
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 08:57pm Tech Issues
RE: Reversed Polarity and Open Ground

Plugged in for 3 days all OK and THEN error message 'reversed polarity' and 'open ground' So unless somebody has rewired your 30A receptacle in garage or been messing around inside house AC Panel I would venture that the 'Surge Protector' took a hit or has faulted. If it is a TRC Surge Guard........sorry 1 yr warranty BUT if it's a Progressive Industries model.....call them. Lifetime warranty and they will want you to ship it to them for repairs or replacement.
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 08:54pm Travel Trailers
RE: Can I use two power cord adapters together

Its likely safe because the camps breakers will not let you overamp their system. Camps are wired in 2 ways, the old 'spider' system in which each pedestal is individually cabled to the master panel and its breakers there. Newer camps may have 'loop' cabling which has master breakers sized to the cabling and maximum load at the distribution panel with individual panels controlled by breaker sizing in them. Both are NEC approved. What you are suggesting to do with multiple connections into a single power point will not give you a higher voltage unless the ped. is wired with L1 & L2, 120v. each. Most 30 amp ped's are L1 only. You cannot draw a higher amperage from the pedestal than its breakers allow at either location. Talk to the camp staff and your electrician about using combination devices. :H OP is just wanting to plug his 50A TT into a 15A outlet using 2 adapters and his power cord.
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 08:40pm General RVing Issues
RE: Can I use two power cord adapters together

Used a 50A to 30A and then a 30A to 15A plugged into house outlet for 2 weeks while we lived in RV alongside house during closing. Converter/charger, TV and A/C FAN in use. Was able to run 15K A/C unit but had to turn off converter and start a/C fan first.
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 08:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: voltage

....arguing w a neighbor. ...is the voltage coming out of a shore power pole in a cg 110 or 220... So who won??? You didn't clarify which one of you thought 110V :B
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 03:04pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Frig does not get cold on electric?

So other than swapping to electric from propane have you checked any of the suggestions for WHY electric doesn't work?
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 02:59pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Well, that went as expected

Thanks to my GrandPa! He threw me on a tractor when I was 7 and said see "ya for super". Since then backing up TTs, FWs, GNs etc. are just second nature.....as is parallel parking. Backing from drivers side is preferable. Don't over think it.......that will get you crossed up faster than anything. Look at where you want rig to end up.....visualize a curved line to get there then 'just do it'
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 02:06pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Atwood water heater

Now would be a good time to fish a wire thru combustion chamber and out exhaust....then tie a rag to wire and pull it back thru. Brush only gets so far in 'U' tube...whether Suburban or Atwood
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 01:50pm Truck Campers
RE: The New Generation Of 12-Volt DC Relays

A DC powered water heater? Man you gotta have onehellofa battery bank! Not when you are just using the DC to turn AC to electric element ON/OFF. Atwood WHs have been that way for 11 yrs.
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 01:44pm Tech Issues
RE: Best Route from I-40 to Momument Valley

Personally.......I-40 take 550 out of Albuquerque to 64 to 160 to 163. Hate traveling Interstates and avoid them as much as possible
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 12:20pm Roads and Routes
RE: Putting Black Tank Chems in Grey Tank?

Use chemicals as you want...... Personally I remove 'P' traps, take them outside and scrub them clean of any gunk, reinstall and fill back up with water.....water is a vapor barrier Then I check the Air Admittance Valve(s) under sinks. If they aren't closing properly grey tank odors can come back inside rig.
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 11:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Duo-therm ac install info needed.

Durotherm to Hunter
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 11:40am Tech Issues
RE: A/C electrical requirements

what does nadir stand for?It doesn't stand for anything. It's a word. Full Definition of NADIR 1: the point of the celestial sphere that is directly opposite the zenith and vertically downward from the observer 2: the lowest point AS used "108 is probably the nadir of voltage to run any air." 'Lowest point' vs celestial sphere
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 11:32am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Propane Certification in Ontario?

No certification needed on 'propane tanks' (such as ones mounted in motorhomes) in USA. Only the portable propane cylinders required certification 12 yrs. after mfg. date. A little side trip across the border and you should have no issues filling your tank up.
Old-Biscuit 04/17/15 10:08am Beginning RVing
RE: Need help on what sealant to use!

Sounds like some one used silicone. Nothing, not even silicone, will stick until all residue has been removed using mineral spirits or denatured alcohol. On a good clean surface Proflex or Dicor Non-Self Leveling
Old-Biscuit 04/16/15 10:06pm Travel Trailers
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