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RE: Need a new GPS, recommendations etc.

I put the co-pilot app on my wife's iPad which has the GPS receiver. It worked fine when we were traveling south. If going any other direction, we could not get a satellite fix. I came to the conclusion it needs an external antenna. I think I am going to buy the garmin 760. For those using the 760, where did you mount the antenna? The CoPilot app is so much better than the RV760 you might want to consider this excellent GPS receiver Dual 150A GPS Receiver Strong statement! Do you have a 760? Thanks. Jack h
chili's trip 10/26/15 07:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need a new GPS, recommendations etc.

When my garmin 885 died i replaced it with a garmin 65,a simple effective reliable unit. I now have a garmin rv 660LMT i have not used. Good luck. Jack h
chili's trip 10/15/15 12:46pm Class A Motorhomes
Dometec refer strange noise

Chili's trip My Dometec refrigerator makes a 'whoop whoop ' sound when lighting on gas after running on electric. Will make this noise 2 or 3 times before lighting. Anybody familiar? thanks. Jack h 2005 bounder 8.1
chili's trip 07/27/15 11:00am Tech Issues
RE: Garmin RV 760 vs Rand McNally 7720

Recently received the newly introduced Garmin RV 660LMT. Similar to the 760 but with a 6"screen. Setting up was a breeze. Currently available only from Garmin. Good luck. Jack h 2005 Bounder 8.1 Workhorse
chili's trip 07/24/15 11:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Details for Clear Coat Repair

I repaired a small area mainly to stop it from spreading. First I used a plastic scraper to remove loose clearcote. Then 2000 grit sand paper. Alcohol to clean. Masked off and used clear cotespray can from Walmart. Barely notice able and has lasted 2 years. Less than $10. Good luck. Jack h.
chili's trip 02/07/15 07:54am Class A Motorhomes
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