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RE: Spring has Sprung!

Past couple of weeks very warm even hot-----80/95*F Pear tree, apricot tree, pomegranate tree all blossomed and bees VERY busy Globe willow, mesquite and mulberry budding out. Good strong rain last night....suppose to be light showers rest of today Cloudy and 53*F Hopefully no more freezing temps. Last year same...early warming/blossoms then freezing temps -----NO FRUIT!
Old-Biscuit 03/23/17 01:14pm Around the Campfire
RE: what do I do Here?

YEP....... Cut the PEX pipe into and add a shutoff valve to each low point line You could then add a garden hose adapter and use HOT/Cold to wash things off using on-board pump
Old-Biscuit 03/23/17 01:02pm Truck Campers
RE: Captcha?

YES I have been forced to 'check' the box on the NEW CAPTCHA site on a few occasions when posting a reply. It seems to happen when I take to long to actually post. I might click on 'advanced post' start to post then stop and go check for other info....then try to post and get CAPTCHA Site If I just click post a short replay no CAPTCHA needed :H I also use 'AD Blocker' and it has nothing to do with that as it is NOT an advertisement or pop-up CAPTCHA is a software program to deter 'robotic' messaging/spam At least the CAPTCHA program being used just requires a 'check mark' vs figuring out some slanted/twisted alphabet letter and/or numbers
Old-Biscuit 03/23/17 12:55pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Prayer Request

Understood..........prayers asking for strength and God's hand
Old-Biscuit 03/22/17 10:51pm Around the Campfire
RE: Dometic RM2554 (General question)

There is NO direct connection between freezer and food compartment on an absorption fridge. Both compartments have their OWN evap coils for cooling. And I don't care how many FANS you add if RV MFG. screwed up the installation of that Dometic Fridge. Absorption fridges are about PROPER airflow not just airflow. That has an installation requirement of 0" (ZERO) sidewall clearances, 0" (ZERO) top clearance, 0" (ZERO) bottom clearance and most importantly 0"/1" (ZERO/ 1" MAX) backwall clearance If bigger clearances exists then 'dead air' happens.......hot air stays....chimney effect lacking. And w/o baffles/blocking the airflow will NOT go in/around/thru the necessary areas of cooling unit to remove the heat being released. Lack of adequate/proper heat removal......LACK OF COOLING EFFECT Installation Manual---pg. 5 clearance requirements
Old-Biscuit 03/22/17 03:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: Inconsiderate Dog Owners

We traveled FT with a Border Collie/Mix (78#) Due to repairs to RV we found ourselves having to find 'pet friendly' motel on 2 occasions. Anyone staying at those motels knew they were pet friendly.....folks moving about with dogs on leashes. But both motels had separate areas/sections for pets and those w/o pets. Seemed logical. Mr. Ed, Hopefully you will not have to be next door to a howling dog I do NOT enjoy having one next me me either.
Old-Biscuit 03/22/17 02:22pm Around the Campfire
RE: Trailer electric brake removal

Just curious ...... If someone asked 'how do I disable my bake lights would anyone just give an answer OR would there be questions 'WHY'? I think more would question WHY then just give a flat out answer. Although it is simple to disable a trailer brake system.....disconnect/tape off brake wire on trailer umbilical cord OR gut whole system the real question is WHY? NORTH CAROLINA Every semitrailer, trailer, or separate vehicle attached by a drawbar or coupling to a towing vehicle of at least 4,000 lbs., and every house trailer weighing at least 1,000 lbs., shall be equipped with brakes controlled or operated by the driver of the towing vehicle.
Old-Biscuit 03/22/17 01:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: No water pump pressure?

Sounds like it is 'sucking' air .....suction side of pump. Either from cracked strainer, cracked fitting, still open winterizing valve, loose hose clamp etc.
Old-Biscuit 03/22/17 01:33pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Electrical problem

I do think OP is talking about one of those 'surge guard' OUTLET strips that got fried. NOT a 30A/50A RV Surge Guard/Protector
Old-Biscuit 03/22/17 01:30pm Beginning RVing
RE: Wal Mart's Super Tech DEF?

On the one hand, the recipe for DEF is fixed in the law like no other product. The result is that one brand is identical to the next. No "secret ingredients" or "special sauce" is allowed. On the other hand, some retailers have fallen prey to disreputable customers buying a jug, filling their truck, putting tap water back in the jug, then returning it for refund, with the result that when you go to the store, you need to check that the container still has intact factory seals, and if it does not, don't buy that one. Other than that caveat, buy the cheapest you can find; it is all the same. Really. aqueous urea solution made with 32.5% urea and 67.5% deionized water.
Old-Biscuit 03/21/17 11:48pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Second air conditioner on a 33' 5th wheel

AirXcel parent company of: Coleman-Mach, Dicor Sealant, Maxxair, Suburban, MCD Shades/Blinds etc
Old-Biscuit 03/21/17 11:42pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Electrical problem

Need to measure generator voltage output and neutral
Old-Biscuit 03/21/17 11:28pm Beginning RVing
RE: Be Careful When Typing URL's

Frequent sites...I just place on 'toolbar'----CLICK
Old-Biscuit 03/21/17 11:24pm Technology Corner
RE: How can WE control what we see?

Although I am most likely blocked by several ..... I prefer to poke the bear
Old-Biscuit 03/21/17 11:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Gas alarm going off

Check 'coach' battery voltage......if low LP Detector will ALARM
Old-Biscuit 03/21/17 11:05pm Beginning RVing
RE: Double towing in GA and FL (update)

Glad the 'fuel line' was ONLY issue 75/80 MPH double towing :H Might want to check those 5vr & motorcyle trailer tires for their 'speed rating' Unless you have 'upgraded' them...bet 65 mph is rating on sidewall Double towing and 75/80 MPH :H
Old-Biscuit 03/21/17 12:17pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: RV Battery

Never without shore power. This being the case, I'd just get the 24. Your interstate was probably a marine/rv battery, not rv specific. I like the interstate brand, but most any brand rv/marine will work. If little cost difference, and will fit, bigger is always better. :) Jerry Exactly...... Get another Interstate 24 You got 5 yrs out of current one. Interstate available across US so IF you need replaced easy to find Besides.... DOT requirement is trailer brakes must have good working battery in the event trailer/truck separate and THAT battery must supply FULL battery voltage for at LEAST 15 mins. So new Interstate Group 24 works great for your use
Old-Biscuit 03/21/17 11:54am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Service "Package" for TT Spring Inspection

Hard to 'get to know' your rig when you don't spend some time fiddling/figuring out how things work. $500 is great price....for dealer High profit for very little involvement. If it ain't broke.leave it be If it's broke----see if YOU can fix before having someone else do the repairs Lots of 'help' here Lots of info available here and via goggle But if no clue on stuff.....then mobile rv repair PRIOR to dealerr
Old-Biscuit 03/21/17 11:39am Travel Trailers
RE: Why do You Workamp (or volunteer)

Your posts are more and more like that 'info' commercial that you leave on for background noise I am tuning out. Bye!
Old-Biscuit 03/21/17 11:34am General RVing Issues
RE: Boondocking---sewer black and "gray"

And then there is the flip side from 2oldman. Takes us about 10 minutes to break camp and the same to setup again, we don't bother with a tote. Same here.
Old-Biscuit 03/21/17 12:35am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
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