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RE: water proofing the canvas

303 Fabric Guard.
Chris Bryant 04/19/19 09:23am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Electrical Help Please

Does it charge the house batteries with the engine? That would use the same solenoid, so if that works, yours wasn’t meant to charge chassis battery from shore power, if the engine does not charge the house batteries, you have a bad solenoid.
Chris Bryant 04/19/19 07:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Propane Quick Connect?

Was your motor home lp hookup high pressure, using the 1lb bottle threaded hookup, or was it a low pressure quick connect. The low pressure can easily be added to your system, the high pressure can be added at the cylinders, but it’s a bit of a kludge. Nice Airstream, btw.
Chris Bryant 04/16/19 04:21am Travel Trailers
RE: DC inline fuse blows when battery power turned on

If it just started when you replaced the battery, odds are you hooked it up wrong.
Chris Bryant 04/14/19 01:51pm Tech Issues
RE: Am I allowed?

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Chris Bryant 04/14/19 09:00am Tow Vehicles
RE: I bet glider pickups would sell!

Let me see- buy a new truck, put a less powerful, worse mileage and dirtier engine in it. Oh yeah, that makes sense. Love to stick my old 245 hp 460 in a new Super Duty.
Chris Bryant 04/13/19 09:20am Truck Campers
RE: Saga of Cell Phone Accident...

Your insurance should fix you up (make you whole), then they should go after the others, which is called subrogation.
Chris Bryant 04/12/19 11:52am Truck Campers
RE: Propane tank certification? 2003 Thor told must be nspected

Permanently mounted ASME tanks do NOT need recertification, only visual inspection when filling. Portable DOT cylinders do need certification at 10 ( I believe) years then every 5 after that. I’m surprised you got someone so ignorant of the laws.
Chris Bryant 04/10/19 02:27pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Fridge cooling unit forming crystals-help!

You can go a long way towards preventing this if you install a Fridge Defender a.k.a. The ARP device.
Chris Bryant 04/10/19 01:55pm Tech Issues
RE: Lost 12V Ground 1 circuit Interior Lights, Ideas on finding

You are measuring voltage on the ground because the ground is picking up voltage from a light that’s on. Hook one side of a light to a battery and you will assure 12 volts on the open lead. The ground is hot because it isn’t hooked to ground. As others he sai, try installing the vent fan and go from there, which would be going back through the circuit, finding the last item that works.
Chris Bryant 04/10/19 08:16am Tech Issues
RE: Lost 12V Ground 1 circuit Interior Lights, Ideas on finding

If I am understanding you, you don’t have a short, you have an open ground.t Edited to correct bloody iPad autocorrect mistakes
Chris Bryant 04/10/19 05:25am Tech Issues
RE: Reese River Nut #58507 undersize - too loose for 75 ft/lbs

I’ve installed hundreds of riv nuts and never had one fit snug in the hole, never had a problem with it- they expand to fit.
Chris Bryant 04/09/19 06:45am Tech Issues
RE: Low pressure propane outlet - useless?

As a rough rule of thumb, if you regulate the flame on a grill with a knob on the regulator, it won’t work. If the knob is a valve after the regulator, just remove it and you’ll be fine.
Chris Bryant 04/08/19 06:22am Tech Issues
RE: towing with a Tesla!

That is pretty remarkable. In a few short years we’ve gone from tiny cars having a~100 mile range to this.
Chris Bryant 04/08/19 05:54am Tech Issues
RE: Valterra pull handle

You can cut the valve body, grab the blade with pliers, and carefully pull almost out. You will get. Very small bit of leakage, but... http://bryantrv.com/images/valve.jpg Or, drill a small hole opposite the handle and push the blade open.
Chris Bryant 04/08/19 04:50am General RVing Issues
RE: Hitch jack fully extended: Should I be nervous?

If it’s there for a while, lower the hitch on to a jack stand, crank up the jack and add more wood. Reverse to hook back up. Or put the front stab jacks down- on blocks.
Chris Bryant 04/07/19 05:20pm Travel Trailers
RE: How do I block a furnace outlet at the manifold?

I agree with not blocking it, just add the new duct and try it out. The under floor duct may also keep tanks and such warm, and if it’s blocked right now there’s really no advantage.
Chris Bryant 04/06/19 02:17pm Tech Issues
RE: Mini-Split Airconditioners

6-8000 btu/hr split 12 volt units - http://www.cruisencomfortusa.com/work-series https://static1.squarespace.com/static/574ddcb49f72667133223193/t/5771acde893fc0bcf89d181f/1467067165464/?format=1500w width=460
Chris Bryant 04/05/19 01:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: using the oven while on the road

Wrap it around the exhaust pipe :) I would have no problem in a motorhome, would not do it in a trailer.
Chris Bryant 04/04/19 09:30am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Honda EU2000 Northerners FYI

A few years ago our EU2000 ran our fridge, a 10k btu portable a/c and tv/ stereo. Did get the overload light when the fridge went in to defrost mode.
Chris Bryant 04/01/19 05:23am Tech Issues
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