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RE: black tank flush port

I forgot mine once and had water coming out of the roof vent. 2 hours later after washing the coach and surrounding area, I vowed never to forget to open the valve while flushing...Dennis
Executive 09/24/20 11:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2020 chevy equinox LT

I bought mine new in 2014 and found it to be an excellent all around toad. That said, every toad has it's faults. Best toad I've had was the Chev HHR which is no longer made. The only difference though was the HHR had more interior room due to it's layout. The Equinox has been a trouble free vehicle with over 41,000 miles on the odometer and around 60,000 towed miles. We have the LTZ 4cyl model and I would get the 6cyl next time around because of the steering. The 4 has electronic steering and the 6 hydraulic. The 4 suffers from the 'death wobble' while the 6 does not. It's been solved with pulling a different fuse but you must add a charging module. ($49) so no biggie. For 2020 I believe they made some minor changes so you should look at the owner's manual to see what needs to be done to tow it four down. The body is the same. You might also look at the Blazer which looks great from the outside. I haven't spent any time at a dealer recently so I can't give you any info on them. I'd recommend the Equinox based on my success with it. Hook it up, put it in neutral, flip the switch and go....Dennis Click HERE for the 2020 towing guide.
Executive 09/22/20 09:11am Tow Vehicles
RE: Electronic Driving Systems

In the Monaco line, only the luxury coaches were built on a steel frame. All the others are aluminum. Only if you're concerned about rolling your coach over from time to time. Rarely do you find coaches rolling over although it does occur...Dennis
Executive 09/21/20 11:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Kitchen and Bathroom fans

snip/ "Tried checking the fuses in both areas by the brake peddle and in bedroom area. Boy alot of fuses to check. Can anyone help narrow the search area down for the bad fuse. Thanks for the help. By checking, do you mean you looked at them or used a meter. A visual can often look good but it's failed. Use a meter for accuracy. Mine will not come on if the vent is not opened. The fact both are not working indicates a faulty wire somewhere so that's a good thing. That is, assuming they worked at some point in time....good luck...Dennis
Executive 09/19/20 11:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A Troubleshooting for us Newbies

One caveat I always recommend to both newbies AND experienced RVrs. ALWAYS video tape your WALK THRU. If you do contact a mobile tech, video tape his walk thru with you. If not, and you have another rvr assist, video tape that as well. Build your own reference library. Videos take up very little room on your computer or put them on a jump drive for future reference. Finally go thru your rig and know where the basic things are: Inverter/Converter, fuse panels (there may be more than one), what type of batteries you have for the engine and chassis, how your fridge works, 30amp/50amp etc etc. These are all things you'll need to know to help troubleshoot. Finally, know what engine and trans you have and post that in your request for help. These are essentials....good luck...Dennis
Executive 09/19/20 11:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Are class A resorts just as filled up as other RV parks?

Well thanks a bunch you guys. We are not snobs but do love the Class A resorts such as Bella Terra in Alabama, Petosky RV Resort in Michigan, Solstice in Nevada, Hilton Head in So Carolina and the one Monaco built, Motorcoach Country Club in California. We've enjoyed them all. We've also stayed at Thousand Trails parks and even some sketchy ones. Staying at a Luxury Resort is like going out for lobster dinner. You can't afford one every night but every now and again it's enjoyable. We even spent 4 months as a camp host at one of the above parks. Most who diss the luxury parks have never visited one. Sure, they're more expensive but saying those who stay there are snobby is like judging a Prevost owner as a snob. We are simply down to earth folks who enjoy some luxury in our travels. Don't judge me by where I stay or what I drive.....Dennis
Executive 09/13/20 12:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rear AC - BAD vibration-Solved

Hope you wore gloves. Nothing gets ones attention faster than grabbing a full wasps nest with a bare hand....Dennis
Executive 09/13/20 12:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Emergency HELP Please F53 Fuel problems

IMO, you are dealing with a bunch of effing morons. I drive the same chassis as you. It DOES NOT NEED AN AUXILIARY FUEL PUMP. Any fault codes? This is a band-aid solution to fix a simple problem. Chum lee Pretty simple: In tank fuel pump goes bad. Rather than drop the tank and replace it,they bypass it and put on the aux fuel pump. Redneck fix, but effective....for a while anyway. That said, the OP posted on 9/5 and it's now a week later with no update, so I guess he either got it fixed or decided the heck with it and is hunkered down in a campground somewhere, fishing.....Dennis
Executive 09/12/20 10:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1994 Beaver Patriot VIN

The RVIA sticker has the COACH NUMBER embossed on it. Cross reference that for the VIN.
Executive 09/07/20 11:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Turning pivot points for 40’ RV class A

Seat time is invaluable. That said, turning safely is paramount but knowing your air system is right up there with it. Know how to bleed the air tanks, know how your air brakes work etc. Here in America, we are lacking in teaching what we should know before getting behind the wheel....Dennis
Executive 09/07/20 12:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cant find a toilet seat and cover for Dometic 8700

DELETE POST PLEASE RJL, you can delete it yourself. Simply click at the top of your original post and click delete.....Dennis
Executive 09/06/20 12:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Advantages of diesel pushers

A DP is like a Ford Econoline Van, only larger. You get used to whatever you drive after a few hours of seat time....Dennis
Executive 09/06/20 12:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Pac Brake Question

Tom, did they upgrade the brake when they reinstalled it? If it's original equipment it's inadequate. On my 96 I changed to the PRXB and what a difference it made. You might consider that. Wasn't too expensive and took me 20 minutes in a campground. Oh! and mine only worked when going down the road, never parked.....Dennis
Executive 09/06/20 12:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tiffin Allegro 32SA engine access

Tiffin's are maintenance free motor homes.....Dennis J/K..use a magnet to find the screws....D
Executive 08/28/20 10:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Duracell Golf Cart Batteries GC 2

I purchased them at Sam's. These are my second set and I'm satisfied with them. We are full timers so they do get a good workout. I also run them in my golf cart. Good batteries exp. for the price....Dennis
Executive 08/28/20 10:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need new wiper arm.

Nothing special about a motorhome wiper arm, except the length. That said, they don't have to be 84" long, 28 is sufficient. Any auto parts store can hook you up...Dennis
Executive 08/28/20 10:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Window reflections

Stop for the night around 3PM..set up, relax, have a toddy, enjoy the campground...Dennis There's no easy solution. I cannot wear polarized sunglasses....D
Executive 08/28/20 10:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jacks Down Light Stays On

Well, my friend, you are certainly in a pickle. Here's what I would do. I'd call the service manager, being super respectful, even if meaning you have to bite your tongue and explain your issue. Based on what you've said, finding the issue is going to involve a lengthy search. I'm not sure what your relationship currently is like with Lazydays but I'd certainly try to patch it up. They messed it up, they need to fix it. There isn't an easy fix here as there's no way to determine what was 'fixed', read changed, on your coach during the repairs. So, your wiring/jacks/relays etc. may or may not be as the factory installed them. I had my coach worked on and they bypassed a couple things to get it working again but other things stopped working. It was a mess to trace down the inept work they did. I finally talked to the service manager, set up an appointment and told her I was devoting the entire day or two to getting the coach fixed and I'd be in their waiting room for however long it took. Then I showed up with all my goodies to make myself at home there. I was out in four hours. Best of luck....Dennis
Executive 08/27/20 11:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dimension Inverter/Charger not charging batteries

Try pushing the on/off button three times and see if the inverter turns itself back on. Also check the internal fuse in the unit itself...Dennis
Executive 08/27/20 11:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Issue with house batteries

Often the inverter and lots of other stuff, is mounted on the roof in one of the compartments. Open the doors and look up....Dennis
Executive 08/26/20 02:00pm Class A Motorhomes
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