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RE: Oxygen concentrators

Qxygen is HIGHLY FLAMMABLE Oxygen is not a flammable gas. It will not burn.
ed6713 10/30/14 08:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Oxygen concentrators

Oxygen is non-flammable. It is, but oxygen can accelerate a fire like a pilot light, cigarette, fireplace, etc. Extra ventilation is recommended to prevent such an occurance.
ed6713 10/30/14 08:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: B vs C---leaks, maintenance, quality

If you want a top quality, virtually leak free Class C, look into a Lazy Daze. More expensive then a lot of your basic C's. Then again, quality simply costs more. Check out Born Free as well. Or a high quality B like LTV. Personal opinion only, but I would avoid any entry level products made by Forest River, or Fleetwood. Whatever you decide. Have fun.
ed6713 10/29/14 11:49am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Sprinter Question

Mercedes = $$$$$$$
ed6713 10/26/14 02:45pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Boondocking near Lake Havasu City AZ

All the boondocking I'm familiar with in the havasu area is east of 95. There are two nice BLM campground on the west side of the river. Might be of some interst to you. Crossroads and Empire Landing.
ed6713 10/25/14 08:28pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Verizon hotspot

I know there are many in their 70's like DW and I who are happy with their latest electronic phones, however the simpler the better for us. Just because it is new does not mean that I need to get rid of something that works. Couldn't agree with you more. My abacus has served me well for years. No need for one of them new tangle calculator things. ;-)
ed6713 10/25/14 02:47pm Technology Corner
RE: Can't find water pump

Accessible from the inside. Look under the kitchen sink. Follow the cold water line. Have someone turn on the water in the bath sink then listen. You'll hear the pump come on somewhere.
ed6713 10/25/14 02:39pm Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for a nice state or federal campground

Look here. http://www.ultimatecampgrounds.com/uc/index.php
ed6713 10/25/14 03:50am Family Camping
RE: Winging it at Quartzite?

If you show up on the first, you'll have a zillion acres of BLM land pretty much all to yourself. Most of the cheap RV parks will be empty as well although some may be pretty well reservd for later in the month. Enjoy.
ed6713 10/21/14 07:25pm Family Camping
RE: A T& T and Verizon

If you travel mostly east of the MS River, both ATT and VZ will be just fine. If you travel extensively in the western states, VZ is the way to go.
ed6713 10/21/14 04:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Help needed finding ramp for Class C

How about a piece of wood, covered with some indoor/outdoor carpet. You can store it up on the over-cab bunk when not in use. Depending on the size of the dogs (we've got Papillons, in the 3-8 pound range) so a piece of 3/4" plywood that is about 12" wide by 5' long should be fine. If you want, you can hinge it, to make it easier to store. Total cost, about $30....maybe less. I did just that for our two wiener dogs. Took a piece of 1x 12. Screwed pieces of 1x 2 along the edges. Covered the ramp with a scrap of carpet I had. Worked fine for many years.
ed6713 10/21/14 04:03pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: I 10 REST AREAS IN TEXAS

You can overnight in all of them. I've never known any to be better or worse then the others. Common sense is all you need. Stay inside. Keep the doors and windows locked. Don't open the door.
ed6713 10/20/14 10:01pm Roads and Routes
RE: Roof Question-What is "normal"

I've owned five RV's over the years and could walk all over the roof with no noticible flexing.
ed6713 10/20/14 11:10am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Do you use an outside TV?

No TV allowed while camping.
ed6713 10/19/14 08:45pm Technology Corner
RE: Millenicom Customer Accounts Acquired by Verizon

It was just a matter of time. Never did make sense that a company A would allow company B to sell A's product for less than they would sell if for. Agreed. Here is my guess. Years ago VZ had excess network capacity. Rather then doing nothing with it, they sold it wholesale to Millenicom. Recently retail users are consuming more and more data. Video streaming, music, sending pictures, etcetera. The former excess capacity is gone. VZ made a good business decision to sell data at retail and not wholesale. I'm guessing they simply told Millenicom that they would no longer wholesale data to them. End of Millenicom.
ed6713 10/18/14 06:04pm Technology Corner
RE: is it water damage?

Google Fix Rotted Wood and you will get lots of info. As just said, there are epoxy kits designed to fix the rot.
ed6713 10/18/14 05:47pm General RVing Issues
RE: Rubber Roof Bubbles

From the Dicor site. My roof has air bubbles. Is this normal? Typically, if air bubbles occur they occur during or very soon after the roof has been applied. A couple of reasons for the air bubbles would be that they were not broomed out during application, and we ask the installer not to stretch the material during installation to allow for expansion and contraction of the membrane. Air bubbles will occur with weather conditions and humidity. Air bubbles can also occur at the seams of the roof decking due to flexing and twisting that occurs during transit. Sometimes they occur if there is a significant difference in the temperature between the inside and outside of the unit. Back to top Will the air bubble effect the performance of my roof? No. The air bubbles will not blow up and pop. They will come and go with the weather conditions, humidity, etc. Please do not puncture the air bubbles. Air bubbles mean there is room for expansion and contraction, lessening the chance of stress cracks later. Back to top
ed6713 10/16/14 03:34pm Travel Trailers
RE: First-time solar panel user

It will open up a whole new world of boondocking. AZ is loaded with wonderful places you can camp for free. Nice NF campgrounds that typically have no utilities of any type. Thousands of square miles of desert areas just waiting for you. Solar is the best improvement we've ever made to our Class C. In 2013, we spent a grand total of three nights in a commercial campground. If you're ready to get away from the KOA routine, you'll love your solar. On the other hand, if you are really attached to your campground pedestal, you've just wasted a few grand. Enjoy
ed6713 10/13/14 07:14pm Tech Issues
RE: Weird Wired Power Pedestal

For a few bucks you can get a device that tests the circuit before you plug your cord in. It tests for a proper ground, correct wiring, etc. Never Plug your RV in without testing the power first. Tester To use this to test the 30 amp plug, just plug this tester into a 20 amp to 30 amp connection.
ed6713 10/12/14 09:19pm Tech Issues
RE: Winterizing...did I miss anything?

I cover the tires with either the store bought type or homemade from plywood scraps. Helps keep the sun from beating down on them all winter. I also it cut pieces of reflextix in the windows to keep the sun from fading the fabric.
ed6713 10/12/14 09:08pm Fifth-Wheels
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