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RE: Black water tank completely full and won't drain. Help pls.

Get one of these. CAP Attach to tank Attach hose open valve Turn water on to dislodge clog turn water off close valve remove cap, have a bucket handy because a little yuck will come out attach sewer hose try to drain tank
Fulltimers 03/15/20 08:49pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Workhorse W22, Chevy 8.1l exhaust rattle/noise

Shimmy underneath and start banging on things. I found my muffler sounded like a can full of marbles once. It didn’t make any other noise though. Maybe just slide under with it running and see if you can pinpoint the noise.
Fulltimers 01/20/20 07:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Howling wind

Buckle up! Going to be bad again Wednesday.
Fulltimers 11/25/19 07:12pm General RVing Issues
RE: Wiring Diagram

It's a tripped GFI outlet. Check in the bathroom. If you own a Winnebago they will send you a complete set of schematics along with plumbing diagrams for free. At least they did for me back in 2000.
Fulltimers 11/25/19 07:06pm Class C Motorhomes
Pressure Pro TPMS battery replacement

Has anyone tried to open a Pressure Pro tire pressure monitor to replace the battery? I’m talking the older style that was not user replaceable and cost $50 each to replace. I am NOT going to pay $500 to replace my 10 sensors when I can buy a better system for about the same price. I figure I will attempt to open one and see if I can replace the battery myself. I was just wondering if anyone else has done this and how they went about doing it.
Fulltimers 10/07/19 02:13pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Anti-seize on brake caliper bracket?

If you looked close you might have seen the loctite on the bolts when you took them out. Loctite and proper torque is the right way to do the job. At the very least, Proper torque. Brakes are very important to get right. At least that's my thoughts.
Fulltimers 09/05/19 09:34pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Need GFCI location for Carriage Cameo F35SB3

It's the one your refrigerator is plugged into. Check behind the fridge.
Fulltimers 09/02/19 08:27pm Tech Issues
RE: C Tables ??

We special ordered a Class C with a couch instead of the dinette. We used folding tables and stored them behind the couch. Worked very well.
Fulltimers 08/25/19 06:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Trouble at State Park

Similar thing happened to me. The park only had 30 amps so I used my adapter to plug in my 50 amp motorhome. My tester said hot and neutral reversed. I told the park and they said no one else has complained and there was someone there before me and everything worked fine. Since I mad the adapter myself I simply reversed the wires in my adapter and all was well during our stay.
Fulltimers 08/25/19 05:55pm Tech Issues
RE: Restrictions on older RVs.

What you need to do is call the parks you are interested in. Being yours has faded decals and lack of shine I seriously doubt you will be able to stay at a park with age restrictions. As mentioned these parks have age restrictions for aesthetic reasons. Most will inspect an older unit and let it in if it is in good condition. Think about the 15 year old Prevost or Newall that is garaged most of the year, they won’t turn those away. And it really doesn’t have anything to do with being snobbish. These are usually very nice parks that don’t want the homeless moving in.
Fulltimers 08/21/19 09:45pm Snowbirds
RE: Class C with only overhead bed

I once owned an 21 foot Fleetwood Jamboree that just had the overhead bunk. The dinette also converted to a bed if needed.
Fulltimers 08/16/19 08:44pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: A question for all of you refrigerator experts...

Your neighbor is playing a trick on you. I once knew a guy that was meticulous about checking his fuel mileage in his car. His neibghor starting messing with him by adding and removing fuel at different times. Drove the guy crazy when his mileage was all over the map.
Fulltimers 08/12/19 05:45pm Tech Issues
RE: James Island

James Island...Good Choice.
Fulltimers 06/25/19 09:27pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 50 amp outlet

Use THIS image to check voltages.
Fulltimers 05/31/19 09:12pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Campgrounds along or near Hwy 12 in Idaho

Check the lolo square dance campground. We stayed there a few years back.
Fulltimers 05/30/19 09:54pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Hydraulic jack stuck down

DFord is absolutely right. There are different jacks and manufactures and they all work different.
Fulltimers 05/30/19 09:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: another fiasco

EVERYTIME, I have used CW service there has been an issue. And you continue to go back...
Fulltimers 05/14/19 09:25pm Camping World Service and Installation
RE: I am TRYING to buy and RV from you all. Not easy!

I agree with Bird Freak. Also from what I have heard about all the pricey markups that Camping World will add, which they insist you need and will not sell you the unit without, you will be paying a lot more than the $500 you think you will save.
Fulltimers 05/11/19 09:40pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: Water Heater Problem

spiders love LP gas and will spin webs in the burner tubes.
Fulltimers 05/02/19 09:55pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fridge Repair

If you know the owner personally I think you need to ask him this question. We can only speculate but he should be able to tell you the whole story.
Fulltimers 05/02/19 09:51pm Fifth-Wheels
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