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RE: Command Products

You can fix bubbles caused by a command hook by carefully heating it up with a hair dryer. Gradually heat it while pressing it back down. It will shrink and reattach so you will never know it was there.
imgoin4it 10/30/14 09:24pm General RVing Issues
RE: Oxygen concentrators

Only need the things for a fire. Oxygen, heat, combustible material.
imgoin4it 10/30/14 09:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: Anybody find refills for Trico 32" wiper blades?

I like TEO's response. I too got 28" blades at Wal-Mart only they were 8 dollars. Work just as well and I doubt anyone that did not know they were shorter than original would know the difference.
imgoin4it 10/30/14 09:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: wiring chevy silverado for towed

Not much help, but I had mine wired by an rv tech who used a kit. No problems and works just as it should. My Silverado is a 2012.
imgoin4it 10/29/14 11:43am Dinghy Towing
RE: Press and Go vinyl tile

I have been told by many folks who should know that even if you use self adhesive glue to use the glue recommended by the tile manufacturer and glue it down. That is exactly what I did and have had no problems in nearly 3 years.
imgoin4it 10/28/14 06:35pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Windshield leak

Oldchief is correct on things to check, but when you do also check to see if it is leaking around the clearance lights. Could be either or both.
imgoin4it 10/25/14 07:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: power awning problem

Duplicate post
imgoin4it 10/24/14 07:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: power awning problem

As two posters have said look for possible spots that cause low voltage. Plug in connections etc. You can also plug a jumper wire directly into the motor from a separate and fully charged battery. If it works then you are reasonably sure the problem is low voltage. It took 5years and finally the factory replacing my entire system which still didn't fix the problem before a tech figured out I had a bad electrical splice between the controller and motor.
imgoin4it 10/24/14 07:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: GPS stand/mount question

I stuck two small pieces of Velcro on the dash of the motor home and the toad vehicle I put the other half of the Velcro on the bottom of the GPS unit. I just stick the unit on the Velcro and use the suction cup as the rest stand and can adjust the angle at which it rests. The Velcro is black as is the dash of toad. Once the GPS unit is removed and stashed no one can see any evidence it was there. I also have an electrical cord in each vehicle so all I move from vehicle to vehicle is the GPS with the suction cup stand.
imgoin4it 10/22/14 07:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: is it water damage?

Not sure what kind of wood everyone is talking about. There is wood and then there is plywood and oriented strand wood (osb). If it is plywood or osb, like would be flooring material,that got wet and soft it needs to be replaced.
imgoin4it 10/19/14 06:55am General RVing Issues
RE: Towing

I used to tow without an aux brake in the towed vehicle. On one trip I nearly rear-ended a vehicle in front of me when traffic came to a sudden stop, on two different occasions. I got a brake Buddy before the next trip in the RV. Have never regretted the purchase.
imgoin4it 10/19/14 06:35am Dinghy Towing
RE: leveler down lite came on

Had the same intermittent problem when I had my Winnebago. I was told that when retracting the jacks to hit store or retract (whatever the button is called) and just leave it on until the light times out and not to turn it off. I did that and never had the problem again.
imgoin4it 10/19/14 06:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: O.K., this is honestly a new tire question...I think..

Michelin says to have auto tires replaced at 10 years regardless is miles appearance, miles, etc.
imgoin4it 10/16/14 01:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fuel Cost in Arizona?

If a customer signs the form to get the"refund" when not entitled to it I doubt the clerk behind the counter is the one who it's going to be fine. Guess who it will be.
imgoin4it 10/14/14 07:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: new tires

Just make sure that any tire you buy is rated for the weight of your motor home. If I was told correctly when I shopped for tires the 275/70/22.5 hankooks were not rated the same as the same size michelins.ie my front tires, for the weight, need to be inflated to 100 psi. The handbooks would have to be inflated to 130 psi. More than the max for the wheel.
imgoin4it 10/13/14 06:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Going back to cash

I used to write checks for rv. parks that would accept them. Then one park office was broken into one night. My check was one of the things stolen. I would much rather "fix" stolen cc number than cancel and reestablish a checking account. It's a cc for me from now on.
imgoin4it 10/12/14 11:58am Around the Campfire
RE: I'm still convinced these people are crazy.

To each his own. Buying an rv on time makes about as much sense as buying an rv in the first place. It is the biggest and fastest depreciating thing I have ever purchased. But I love our motor home so we have one.
imgoin4it 10/11/14 07:05pm General RVing Issues
RE: Putting stuff in the black and/or grey tanks?

I too think you will be just fine using only water. That's what we have been doing for years. Haven't had a problem.
imgoin4it 10/09/14 04:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: We are on our way

Life in an RV is indeed fun. Just be careful about walking around while the coach is underway. My dw does same but only very quickly and on a straight smooth piece of road. Know someone who had to be airlifted from the side of the road and thought to have a broken back when the motor home hit a bump in the road. Turns out she was ok but one family was very scared for a dozen hours or so. I think of that every time my wife wants to move around for whatever reason.
imgoin4it 10/09/14 10:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Allison Fluid Level Questions

Per Allison the dip stick is to take a "rough" measurement. And the key pad is to be used for the final and accurate measure. Of course one has to do every other thing accurately
imgoin4it 10/09/14 10:15am Class A Motorhomes
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