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RE: Question for Class A owners.

I had to drop the engine on my Porsche 930 just to change the spark plugs. If there's a will there's a way. That said, most engines are not difficult to work on. Mine has access hatches that allow easy access to most all of the engine. There's an access hatch in the closet and in the bedroom by the bed for the front 'stuff'. Everything else can be accessed thru the back as I have a side radiator. Sometimes you gotta disassemble stuff to get where you wanna go...Dennis
Executive 06/16/19 10:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Batteries not charging {Resolved}

Well.....I was kinda right. HIS inverter doesn't charge batteries. You are correct, HIS doesn't charge the batteries. But, it's supposed to, THAT is the reason for his post. :B....Dennis
Executive 06/15/19 09:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Warning Light on 2002 Monaco Diplomat

Please post what engine tranny combo you have. Also, let us know what you mean by a warning light. On mine the red light comes on accompanied by a loud 'ding'. As it flashes, it says why. i.e. check engine, fluids, water in fuel etc. If it's just a warning light with no indicator I can see where that would be irritating as well as disconcerting....Dennis
Executive 06/11/19 08:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lightning and what it can do

If it's your time to meet your maker, there's little you can do. Be prepared....Dennis
Executive 06/10/19 09:42am Around the Campfire
RE: Batteries stopped charging

Found the fuse and everything fired up so that's done. Thanks everyone for your help....Dennis
Executive 06/06/19 06:50pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: wi fi smart tv

Remember, your SMART TV is watching YOU as you're watching IT. :)
Executive 06/06/19 11:36am Technology Corner
RE: 50 AMP and plugging in at home

Whoa Kimo Sabbe! It's a bit more complicated than simply replacing a breaker and receptacle. That is unless your home fire insurance is paid in full, you no longer like your house, and the insurance company won't find you at fault for frying all the wiring inside your box. Generally, 20amp service, (Tee shaped receptacle) uses 12 ga wire, 15amp service (Double I shaped receptacle) uses 14 ga wire. 50amp service uses a minimum of 10ga wire, depending on the length of the run. Simply changing out the breaker and receptacle will allow you to power up you A/C units for a bit as your breaker will not trip. However, your house wiring will then become a substitute for your breaker. Once the wiring gets too hot, it will melt and burn through if you're lucky. If you're not so lucky, it'll simply start a fire and burn your house down. Hire a licensed electrician....Dennis
Executive 06/06/19 11:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Batteries stopped charging

If anyone is following this post, I haven't forgotten. My friend has been out of town and just returned. Hopefully, we will get to this today. Thanks for your patience....Dennis
Executive 06/06/19 10:07am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Batteries stopped charging

Thanks everyone. We are in a campground. I'll print your replies and give them to him in the morning. I'll take my meter along and try to help him. I'd hate to see him call out an RV tech if it's just a fuse or something simple. I'm not too familiar with fivers as I've never owned one. He said he just had one of the batteries replaced so I'll start there and check each one to see what they're reading, then I'll look for the charger. I have the phone but I also have a scope that I can hook up to the computer. I'll let everyone know what I find out tomorrow. Thanks again....Dennis
Executive 06/03/19 10:46pm Fifth-Wheels
Batteries stopped charging

Asking for a friend. 2018 Solitude and the batteries stopped charging. He has four 6VDC battery bank with solar on the roof. He's hooked up to 50amp service. Checked all the normal stuff, GFCIs etc. Pedestal is solid so it's a coach gremlin. He woke up in the middle of the night to his alarm showing 11.4VDC on his battery bank. His rig has a Xantrex Freedom II inverter. I've checked all the fuses, breakers etc. and narrowed everything down to what appears to be a charging issue. I've read where there are two 'hidden' fuses behind the converter panel but I don't know where to look for those. Anyone have any thoughts.??? TIA...Dennis
Executive 06/03/19 09:19am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Motor Home Specialist in Alvarado, TX

Check with Mr.Mark on this forum. He has worked with them in the past with his Monaco product. He will provide you with a good honest answer....Dennis
Executive 05/28/19 09:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: MH trip to Keys & New Orlean lessons

Love bugs emit a form of acid when they die. Squished on the front of your coach the acid will try to eat into whatever surface they're on. In the OPs case, it appears the plastic shield on the front of his coach was compromised. The acid from the bugs, coupled with the Florida humidity plays havoc with the plastic shield especially if it was compromised to begin with. When traveling from Texas to Florida or anywhere in between, it's imperative that they are washed off as soon as you stop for the night. We have yet to find a campground that frowns on you doing just that. If you wait a day or two, you may find yourself it the same predicament as the OP....Dennis
Executive 05/26/19 05:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: MH trip to Keys & New Orlean lessons

Finally, we stayed at Bluewater Key in the Keys. While not in Key West itself, it's close enough. A fabulous park and close by. We found the "beaches" to be a little rocky but very clean and the water sparkling. As stated before, you'll have to scroll down a bit to Key West....Dennis Key West and the Florida Keys
Executive 05/26/19 10:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: MH trip to Keys & New Orlean lessons

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Executive 05/26/19 10:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: MH trip to Keys & New Orlean lessons

We stay at Ponchartrain Landing when we visit NOLA. Great park and great sites. They have a shuttle that takes you into town every morning and picks you up several times a day. We always get the Presidential Site which overlooks the river and comes complete with it's own kitchen and private hot tub. What could be sweeter? Below is the link....Dennis Ponchartrain Landing
Executive 05/26/19 10:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: MH trip to Keys & New Orlean lessons

I guess, like most everything in life, how you perceive things is what you make of them. We enjoyed NOLA and have been there several times. Exciting place and enjoyed the impromptu music in the boardwalk. Of course, we stayed out of the bars and retreated to our coach during the evening/night hours. Here's our experience..(Please scroll down and click "Older Posts" for more)....Dennis New Orleans
Executive 05/26/19 10:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: plugging access holes while at at camp sites

What I've always done is soak a rag and wrap it around the exit hoses etc. as tight as I can. Once it dries, it makes a formidable barrier to the critters. If there is an ant/bug problem then I liberally spray or soak the rag with the appropriate bug killer to keep them out....Dennis
Executive 05/26/19 10:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best diesel pusher chassis ?

Most people respond to a question like this with "The BEST is the one I own". I always buy the best. Like's been said, Ford or Chevy. Each mfg has it good points and their less than good points. Chevy is built like a rock, but it's an ugly rock. Ford looks cool but can't hit a basket to save it's soul. Narrow your selection then look for the good and bad on the chassis that coach is built upon. Chassis are but one piece of the puzzle anyway. For instance, Monaco built all their older coaches on their Roadmaster chassis. Their best was/is the RR10R with 10 air bags mounted on the outside the frame rails. Very solid very good ride etc. But, only the luxury coaches, Signature, Executive, Dynasty and later the Camelot, have steel cages. IMO, all the chassis mfg are excellent. It's what's assembled on top of them that makes all the difference when you're driving....Dennis
Executive 05/24/19 09:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Southwind Class A Motorhome Pursuit

There was no escalation . Blame the police and only be concerned about the dogs . I can't go along with that thinking at all . The crazy people don't slow down because they are CRAZY !!!! Well, Dave. That's old school thinking. Today it's all about blaming the other guy, anyone. That poor sucker in the white car that tried to get out of the way? Well he's in the hospital with 6 broken ribs and a punctured lung which will take months to heal. I'd like those that blame the police to step back a moment and ask themselves; just what would you have liked the police to do? Shoot out the tires? P.I.T. maneuver? Put up a roadblock? Maybe station your cruiser in front of her to slow her down? Like any of those would have worked. There's only one person to blame here, the driver of the stolen motorhome with the stolen dogs inside....Dennis
Executive 05/24/19 09:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Diamond Shield damage by Love Bugs

Where do you find parks that allow washing an RV? Most every park I have been in has No Washing in the entry handout. I wash the front of my coach after every day's drive using a bucket of water. I have never asked for permission, and have never been told to stop. X2
Executive 05/22/19 11:37pm Class A Motorhomes
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