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RE: What toilet part do I need?

Parts Number 12 is a spring which might be the problem. Take it apart to find out.
CA Traveler 07/03/22 07:36am Tech Issues
RE: Would this be a power converter issue??

OP Checking the voltage is a start as suggested. Have the battery load tested. Charger, fuses and wiring could be involved. Consider a mobile tech.
CA Traveler 07/03/22 07:11am Tech Issues
RE: Would this be a power converter issue??

-If my a/c is on and I try to turn my interior lights on and slide them from dim to bright, the a/c shuts off as though it's not getting enough juice. His A/C is OK and he has low DC voltage, from his post.
CA Traveler 07/03/22 07:11am Tech Issues
RE: Backup camera failure

That's 33A, way over a 20A plug capacity.
CA Traveler 07/02/22 08:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Backup camera failure

Water might be a concern so I'd use a junction box. An alternate would be 120V 20A plugs. Even better would be a 20A twist lock plug. Vibration could be a consideration. I'm assuming your gen is less than 3600W.
CA Traveler 07/02/22 07:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Second Auto Transfer switch

The above link shows one way to connect but what are you trying to accomplish?
CA Traveler 06/30/22 02:03pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Second Auto Transfer switch

The above link shows one way to connect but what are you trying to accomplish?
CA Traveler 06/30/22 02:01pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Slide trouble

Is there an manual overide so we can push it in? She's concerned about it coming out while en route.If this implies driving with a cocked slide that could cause damage. Once closed there might be ways to manually keep it in place once closed. It also might not be possible to push it in due to weight etc.
CA Traveler 06/30/22 11:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Traveling with Propane on

Thank you everyone for the information. Yes, forgot our fridge was Automatic. But I believe I have to turn propane on and light stove to make sure propane is flowing to fridge? How do I know if fridge ignited on propane? TYFor a short fuel stop it should not be necessary to light the stove. But can be helpful to purge any air after storage. My refer has a error light if it's not working on AC or propane. I can hear the noise when outside when the propane is lit but after a fuel stop the refer may not need immediate cooling.
CA Traveler 06/30/22 10:04am General RVing Issues
RE: Power Gear air bag vs leveling Jacks

BTW The tag bags are not used for leveling. The steer and drive axles can go up or down for leveling. Backing into your driveway the drive can lower and the steer raise and this may/may not be adequate to level (or close enough).
CA Traveler 06/30/22 09:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water at spigots, shower, toilet, etc. with pump shut off?

If the tank overflow line is plugged then there could be pressure in the tank. Air in the hot water tank can also cause a limited flow as can residual pressure in the water lines.
CA Traveler 06/30/22 07:30am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Traveling with Propane on

Best to turn off propane for a gas rig at a fuel station due to volatility of gas. But there are thouslands of posts on this subject... :h
CA Traveler 06/29/22 08:04pm General RVing Issues
RE: Power Gear air bag vs leveling Jacks

Push a button and it levels side to side and front to back. The leveling of course has mechanical limits. Very rarely did I need additional leveling blocks but if your driveway does then you'll know the next time.
CA Traveler 06/29/22 07:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Renogy 20A dc to DC report

Gdetrailer - Thanks for the reminder of watts.
CA Traveler 06/28/22 01:57pm Tech Issues
RE: Renogy 20A dc to DC report

Not very efficient. :( Wonder if it varies by voltage or amps.
CA Traveler 06/28/22 09:04am Tech Issues
RE: Shore Power Issue

He posted "Went to turn on lights, AC etc… yesterday but I have no power." and I agree this and more is not clear. It's not clear what DC is working and what isn't. It's not clear if the GFCI is or isn't working only that he saw no change. It's very unlikely that the air conditioner is on a GFCI circuit and if it is it should be a dedicated GFCI CB in the panel and not a plug. " hit test or reset" sounds like a plug and not a CB. OP Did you measure 12.4V at the battery? Did you measure 124V on the OUTPUT of the CBs? A tripped CB is not always obvious, turn all of them completely off and then on. Since the problem occured after repairs I would first expect a fuse or CB either AC or DC, next a open or cut wire either AC or DC. Check for AC at the air conditioner and DC for the thermostat circuit for starters. Mikes last statement is good advice. It can be helpful to give make/mode of the RV and equipment.
CA Traveler 06/28/22 07:47am General RVing Issues
RE: why do renewing members get a raw deal?

Be informed, ask what is their normal price.
CA Traveler 06/27/22 09:10pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: why do renewing members get a raw deal?

Marketing 101, Discount the price for new members and they will renew.
CA Traveler 06/27/22 03:36pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Shore Power Issue

Likely a DC problem. Could be a blown DC fuse or tripped DC CB. Use your voltmeter and track down voltage from battery to the lights for starters. GFCI only effects 120V AC plugs so you can retest with say a light plugged in. "DC power works fine. Just no shore power." ??? You don't have lights so no DC to them. You have 120VAC at the breakers so shore power is OK. FYI Your new A/C may require DC for controls.
CA Traveler 06/27/22 01:04pm General RVing Issues
RE: GMC 3500 DRW

Extensions are more likely to leak. Install metal dually wheel stems like Borg and 2 short outward facing metal stems in the front if you don't have internal pressure sensors.
CA Traveler 06/27/22 12:43pm Tow Vehicles
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