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RE: shield for towed car

I got rid of the full rear mudflap in the back and don't need any kind of shield anymore. The mudflap was causing the issue. same here. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 09/14/19 12:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Getting very frustrated with this site!

I haven’t had much trouble. Sorry that you’re having issues. I know it can be very frustrating at times. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 09/13/19 07:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: can i wire the furnace to run with out the a/c unit wired in

You would probably have to use a separate thermostat and you would need the interface wiring for the furnace so you would know which wires are which. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 09/09/19 04:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: Black Water Tank Missing Capacity

I suspect that they did not give you the right number. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 09/09/19 04:34pm Tech Issues
RE: dead 2015 axis 24.1 chassis

Is it possible that you hooked up the battery backwards. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 09/07/19 01:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where is the Converter/Charger!!! Aaargh!

I have an inverter charger in my motorhome. The inverter and the charger are all in the same box. It is an integral unit. Both functions in the same box. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 09/06/19 08:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV AC Longevity

I am a full-timer in my motorhome and My two air-conditioners have lasted 15 years and still going strong. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 08/31/19 08:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: Converter

It might be the fan bearings as well. Jerry parr
Flute Man 08/27/19 08:49pm Tech Issues
RE: RV inside Temperature and Refrigerator temperature

Yes. I think a little. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 08/27/19 04:10pm Tech Issues
RE: Hooking up backup camera in 1984 Vanguard

If I were you, I would hook it up on a bench first with a good 12 V supply and get it running on your workbench first. Jerry parr
Flute Man 08/23/19 02:51pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Atwood Water Heater Relay - Stuck Closed Again

To confirm the diagnosis, I would pull the relay and then ohm the contacts to verify that the Contacts are really stuck. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 08/19/19 09:52pm Travel Trailers
RE: Inverter with 50 amp service

Call me. I can explain better over the phone. Jerry Parr 602-321-8141
Flute Man 08/19/19 05:52am Tech Issues
RE: dumb problem with blue ox tow bar hookup

Guess you could always replace them with a bolt and nut if you didn’t like the way they operate or didn’t think they were safe. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 08/17/19 11:02pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Refrigerant Fill Port

Mine is back by the engine.
Flute Man 08/15/19 10:27pm Tech Issues
RE: Is this normal for a 30 amp breaker

Yes probably a little warm. If you’re concerned you can open up the panel and make sure all of the screws are tight. If you don’t feel comfortable doing this, see if you can find an electrical person to help you. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 08/15/19 09:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: Electricity? Never touch the stuff

Your electrician is right. It is the standard 110/220 volt Rv service. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 08/14/19 07:11am Tech Issues
RE: When you need water and a waste dump . . .

I sometimes stop at a regular RV Park to pick up water and to dump. Maybe cost me $10 maybe not. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 08/12/19 12:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: Where are RV weigh stations - Houston ?

When I bought new tires at a truck RV tire shop, they Weighed all four corners. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 08/11/19 09:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Power

Is there a way that you can hook up the refrigerator to a non-GFI outlet? As you found out, it’s not a good idea to have the refrigerators and freezers on GFI outlets. GFI’s are made to protect people from getting shocked usually around the kitchen or water or outside or bathroom so you don’t get electrocuted. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 08/11/19 04:08pm Tech Issues
RE: Smoking GFCI outlet

If I were you, I would remove the outlet and inspect The back of it. Depending on what you find you may just want to replace the GFI entirely. Get an electrical person to help you if need be. Jerry Parr
Flute Man 08/10/19 04:32pm Tech Issues
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