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RE: Traveling with Propane on

One last question, at home do you start off with the fridge on electric and then switch to propane when you leave ? Or just start off with the propane at home before you leave? Thank you I always have mine on auto when at home and plugged in which has it running on electric,then when I leave it switches to propane and I keep it on for the trip. If yours doesn't have that feature I would start on electric then switch to propane,thus saving propane for later.
IAMICHABOD 06/29/22 08:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: Fuel cost in your area

$5.75 Regular $5.95 Premium $6.49 Diesel
IAMICHABOD 06/26/22 05:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: A “sticky” or a topic for seeing everyone’s Class A rigs!

Me either! It was hoping some folks would and show other folks how to. I always enjoy seeing pics of other peoples rigs Just Click on this link and it will walk you thru it. pretty simple to use.
IAMICHABOD 06/24/22 10:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Furrion Glass stove tops

Seems to have happened to other Sunseeker owners. At This Link for one.
IAMICHABOD 06/19/22 10:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: Buying a Former Rental Class C. How many of us out there?

Fadumpt,Just to save you a bit of re reading here are a few things I have saved that may be of help From MtBikeMarty Another one Also one for the rear One more from Harvard on setting up castor for better handling. For me one of the best things was to change out my shocks to Bilsteins I hope this all helps. Let us know how it turns out.
IAMICHABOD 06/18/22 10:37pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Used RV prices.

Hello, We just bought a used 22GQ. Can't seem to find out what the Q means? We see several G with other letters, but not finding what Q stands for. Do you know? Thank you Now my WAG is that it stands for Queen Bed,in the class C world that is what it means. Such as my Rig,26Q meaning a Queen bed.:B
IAMICHABOD 06/15/22 02:32pm Travel Trailers
RE: Don't let your guard down, Covid is still out there...

OP here...snip I posted with the best of intentions and sadly so many felt the need to drag it down Believe what you will folks through much of what has been posted here is just sad... sigh, but it's OK, Ron White explained it to me. :S Now I like Ron White but I think Bill Engvall Says it best for all those people.......:R
IAMICHABOD 06/15/22 12:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Don't let your guard down, Covid is still out there...

What is ATC? Around The Campfire I keep it blocked
IAMICHABOD 06/15/22 12:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: Unknown or erroneous title on single axle fifth wheel

Well if you have access to the internet Youtube is a great resource for all of this. This may well get you started It has helped me out many times. Good luck Long ago I had a friend that had one like yours,I had never seen a fifth wheel that small,he pulled it with his Ford Ranger.
IAMICHABOD 06/14/22 10:42pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Batteries charging with motor running

When I had this happen to me on my RV,the alternator was not charging the house batteries,I found that the CONTINUOUS DUTY SOLENOID had failed. When you start your RV the voltage should go up to 14.4 or so then within a few seconds the solenoid will click and you will get power to the house batteries.If you can find it it is easy to check with a simple volt meter. The "battery isolator relay" (which is sometimes also used as an "emergency start relay) is a VERY common failure point. Often, you don't even notice that it is no longer passing any charging current from your chassis battery to the house batteries while driving, because your house battery charger still recharges the house batteries after you arrive at your destination. If it's still working properly, you will hear it "thunk" as it activates when the ignition switch is turned on, and you will measure almost exactly the same DC voltage on both of its large connection studs while the motorhome engine is running. No "thunk" = relay coil is burned out, or isn't receiving any voltage "Thunks", but big difference in voltages at its studs = Electrical contacts inside it are burned or corroded
IAMICHABOD 06/09/22 08:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Plug location for brake controller on a 2006 Winni Outlook

E trailer has a post on this with a picture of where that connector is. Click Here Just click on the picture to enlarge it.
IAMICHABOD 06/05/22 02:40pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Black Tank Odors

As others have said, I would check and replace the air admittance valves located near your sinks,they are cheap and can be found at most big box stores like Home Depot and Lowes as well as smaller hardware stores. If they fail they will let the smell from the grey tanks in and believe me they can smell just as bad as the black tank if not worse. Changed mine out and the smell was gone! They are used to keep 'P' traps on sinks from getting sucked dry when draining grey tanks. They are downstream of sink 'P' traps on a short stub pipe. http://mobilehomeliving.org/wp-content/uploads/check-vent.jpg
IAMICHABOD 05/28/22 04:28pm Travel Trailers
RE: EPDM roof Material or Something Else?

Sure fire way to tell,this link will tell you What kind of roof you have
IAMICHABOD 05/16/22 07:44am Tech Issues
RE: Buying a Former Rental Class C. How many of us out there?

Chris,what a great write up on this,with the pictures and everything. I will archive this in case someone else may need it in the future. For any others Here is a Clicky to that 10th post
IAMICHABOD 05/15/22 03:25pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 30A Surge Protector Recommendations

I have to shut mine off when we boondock for four wheeling trips. The generator trips the unit for "open ground". I'm normally only using the trailer for sleeping....with a space heater for heat. Maybe a bit of t.v. as I nod off. So I figure nothing important will get fried. There is a way around that, so you don't have to bypass the EMS,just make or BUY a grounding plug for your generator. This Thread may be of help to you if you are interested in doing it.
IAMICHABOD 05/09/22 10:58pm Travel Trailers
RE: 30A Surge Protector Recommendations

I put the hard wired Progressive Industries HWC-30 in my TT. I cheaped out and didn’t get the remote display. Mistake. Only problem is it does it’s job well. No ground, inverted polarity on the mains, NO POWER passed. No workarounds. Had low voltage at one place, it kept shutting off power. I suggest having a bypassable plug so you can get power in those odd cases IF you determine the risk is worth it. This is one very good reason to have the remote display if you want to bypass the EMS and restore power and take the risk. https://i.imgur.com/pQ6PG2dl.jpg width=240
IAMICHABOD 05/09/22 05:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: 30A Surge Protector Recommendations

The portable units such as the EMS-PT30X(50X) are not considered by Progressive to be field serviceable, only the hard wire series (which I own) is field serviceable - open a portable version and you'll instantly void the warranty. That's why the company insists any portable unit be returned for repair or replacement whereas with a hard wire version they will mail you the parts required to fix it yourself. Which I have done.
IAMICHABOD 05/08/22 06:19pm Travel Trailers
RE: 30A Surge Protector Recommendations

On my Class C I went for the hard wired EMS-HW30C for the best protection. There will be others along soon with many differing views so until then This Chart may be helpful when deciding what is best for you.
IAMICHABOD 05/08/22 01:04pm Travel Trailers
RE: cricket golf cart for a rv

I looked into these a few years back,I liked the only one I got to see. Here are some threads here that discuss them.
IAMICHABOD 05/08/22 08:40am Class C Motorhomes
RE: For Sale stuff. (question)

You can always join Escapees RV Club they have a For Sale section.
IAMICHABOD 05/07/22 08:00am General RVing Issues
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