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RE: camp ground cable into

Walmart delivered right to you in a couple days. ROKU Express is $25.
AllegroD 07/17/19 03:08pm Technology Corner
RE: camp ground cable into

You can buy a brand new 32" TV for less then $100.
AllegroD 07/16/19 11:11am Technology Corner
RE: Do You Need The Outdoor Package ?

AllegroD 07/15/19 02:48pm Technology Corner
RE: Do You Need The Outdoor Package ?

Finally able to get a person at Dish and there is no charge for the outdoor package. However, there is a $7.00 per month charge for the Wally. I am confused. You pay for your Wally receiver in the house. When you take it out of the house and put it in your RV, you have to pay an additional $7. Why? It is the same 'authorized' receiver. Maybe e they misunderstood you and thought you were adding a receiver. DFord got it right. I was told by Dish support this spring that I couldn't different channels on my receivers. While snowbirding and requesting local channels for my updated service address, the receiver at my house that I left behind would stop receiving the local channels there. As long as that was the situation, I wouldn't be able to use the MyDish app to update my service address but I could use it to reauthorize my receivers without calling them. Dish Outdoors is intended for full timers. The agent said there was a lot of thought about other options but for now, that was the way it was.
AllegroD 07/15/19 02:46pm Technology Corner
RE: camp ground cable into

Some TVs have the F connector. What model do yoou have? What does the manual say. https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51lgOwOMVyL._SX425_.jpg
AllegroD 07/15/19 02:27pm Technology Corner
RE: 18,000 BTU Suburban heater for a 30'x 8' cargo trailer?

You could also remove the plywood, add some Dynamat style insulation to the floor and restore the plywood.
AllegroD 07/11/19 04:04pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Battery charged but RV won't run on house batteries

AllegroD 07/10/19 03:59pm Tech Issues
RE: surgegard issue

after 13 years my 50 amp surge gard passed away. I received a replaceent and discovered that to connect it i have to step on the connection to secure it. The prongs on my power cord are not bent,it is the connections on the surge gard causing the issue. to disconnect same i have to pry it apart with a beefy screwdriver. I realize a good contact is important but this is ridiculous. anyone had the same problem and any help appreciated. They need to be tight and firm connections but something does not appear to be aligned correctly. Exchange it.
AllegroD 07/05/19 10:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Encryption software

Make sure that in your browser, TLS 1.2 is enabled.
AllegroD 06/27/19 11:50am Technology Corner
RE: A/C excessive noise/buffeting

Also check the bolts holding it to the roof.
AllegroD 06/26/19 12:06pm Tech Issues
RE: 50 to 30 to 15 amps

I have a 50A to 15A Dogbone. You don't need two reducers. This is what I use. Your setup might be different but I'm sure you can find the right reducer for your rig. Click Here I prefer THIS ONE. I like the 90 degree on the 15 amp side.
AllegroD 06/25/19 11:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: STRANDED - no power to slide controls or jacks

Maybe call a mobile RV mechanic.
AllegroD 06/24/19 01:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is this what a bidge does?

Windows Hotspot
AllegroD 06/24/19 11:38am Technology Corner
RE: Slide out, store in, or out?

We store at the house. In, unless need to be in and out.
AllegroD 06/24/19 11:21am Tech Issues
RE: Tiffin Motorhome repair Red Bay rule change

Doug & Bruce, Excellent points. ALL Tiffin does have regional sales and service managers but not shops. Like many mfgrs, they utilize local dealers and independents. You do not have to make a trip to Mecca (Red Bay) to get service of any kind, including warranty. I have had warranty, recalls and non-warranty (I paid) repairs done at 2 independents and the dealer I bought from. Tiffin gladly dealt with and shipped the parts required and answered the techs call for additional info. For some upgrades I was able to do myself, a couple of very short emails with Don Boyd helped.
AllegroD 06/24/19 11:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: connecting two 12 volts batteries

AllegroD 06/22/19 04:50pm Tech Issues
RE: AC 20amp breaker trips mid day

That's at least a year of collage above you. I want to take that course! ;-}
AllegroD 06/22/19 04:47pm Tech Issues
RE: Tiffin Motorhome repair Red Bay rule change

If you are not already a member. I recommend the Tiffin RV Network Forum. More timely Tiffin related info, contact info for Tiffin, after hours workers, other Redbay experts and resources. Great knowledge of Tiffin RVs there, also. Did several searches but was unsuccessful finding info on "after hours workers". It takes some time and maybe a few questions and guidance, like any other site, to get the nuances. The link that lryrob9301 is a site managed by TIFFINRVNETWORK. There are classifieds and tech papers available. BTW, I believe that the Tiffin Red Bay policy is deeper than mentioned above. Not about quality but a combination of previous policy and quantity. Up until about 12-18 months ago, when the policy changed, Tiffin took in every Tiffin, regardless of age. Can you imagine the amount of rigs they would see a year? I believe they reduced it to reduce the pure volume, regardless of QC issues. A lot of time and money to fix out of warranty items. This pushes the repair and maintenance to dealers and RV repair facilities. SERVICE CENTER REPAIR POLICY (Effective July 9,2018) Upon arrival on the grounds of the Tiffin Motor Homes Service Center, all owners are required to register at the Welcome Center. The Welcome Center is open each day from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. For customers desiring to utilize the Service Center campground, the fee is $25.00 per day. Service upon eligible coaches is performed on a "first come, first served" basis. Our service staff will assess needed repairs and coaches will be serviced as follows: Regular Service • Regular service will be performed only on Tiffin motorhomes that are within four (4) years of the original date of purchase. Express Bay Service • Any Tiffin motorhome less than lOyrs old from original date of purchase may go through Express Bay Service. • Express repair consists of service performed by two technicians for a time not to exceed three (3) hours. • Most non-warranted services can be accomplished in one Express Bay visit. If repairs exceed three (3) hours, our staff will prioritize the repairs for the first Express Bay visit and any subsequent Express Bay visits. • Motorhomes are limited to one Express Bay visit per 60 days. Excluded Repairs • Damage due to accidents will not be repaired if the unit is more than one year from the original date of purchase. This exclusion does not apply to incidental damage (e.g. door dings, etc.) • The Service Center will not do paint repairs of any kind on a coach more than four (4) years from the date of original purchase. • The Service Center will not do repairs of anv kind on a coach more than ten (10) years from the date of original purchase. Should you need to know the date of the first owner purchase of a motorhome or have any other questions regarding Service Center policies, please contact one of our Customer Service Representatives by telephone at (256) 356-0261 or by email at service@tiffinmotorhomes.com
AllegroD 06/21/19 10:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Puzzling problem with Dish

One way to test this is to use the OP RG6 direct to Wally. Bypass the RV coax.
AllegroD 06/20/19 03:51pm Technology Corner
RE: Puzzling problem with Dish

The cable in the rv is the wrong cable for HD is the problem This answer is wrong. ALL coax will handle HD. Bill, Could the issue be that the COAX size in the rig is not capable of passing enough power to the Playmaker?
AllegroD 06/20/19 01:58pm Technology Corner
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