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RE: Water pump off/on switch inside RV

Their maybe more than one inside, there are two in my MH one in the bathroom and the other one on the panel that has the read outs for the tanks, (water, black tank and gray tank along with propane). I have also seen water pump switches by the kitchen sink. Hit a few switches and you should hear the pump running open the water at the sink when you have the shore water turned off or not connected and you will hear the pump or water start flowing as long as the fresh water tank has water in it.
John Wayne 07/26/21 05:29pm Class A Motorhomes

Post a note here and see if anyone in the area of where the RV is is willing to take drive by to see if it's worth having an inspector take a look at. Someone may up to take a look at it for you.
John Wayne 05/14/21 04:12pm Beginning RVing
RE: First Time

Also remember you don't need to hook up the water and sewer hose all the time you pull into a site. Just fill the fresh water tank and use it till you need to refill it. And drain the gray and black tanks as they fill up. This will save you time when you want to take off for the day sight seeing. The electric you may want to hook up each night if the site has electricity, will let you use the microwave and A/C if you have it. When you hook up the sewer hose drain a little gray water first to make sure connections are not leaking, then shut the gray, and drain the black tank then the gray tank to flush out the sewer have. Have fun
John Wayne 05/14/21 04:07pm Beginning RVing
RE: Dometic fridge not cooling on LP. Just LP.

Make sure the flame is going up the center of the tube.
John Wayne 05/09/21 04:34pm Tech Issues

I keep it for the travel-assist. (Medical emergency evacuation). Which is free with the membership
John Wayne 05/09/21 03:57pm General RVing Issues
RE: Replacing day/night shades

I replaced mine with blinds not as dark at night but I can get shade and open the window at the same time and get a breeze.
John Wayne 05/07/21 12:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: oil leak

Engine oil does not flow through the AC compressor so if it is leaking from the compressor it is fluid used for the AC.
John Wayne 04/15/21 03:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tow Bar Not Locking?

When you pull legs out they lock into place. When you push the lever down on each leg the legs are able to be pushed back into the arms. The Tow bar is rebuildable and you can get parts on line. If no major part is broken. Blue Ox will no longer recondition a tow bar over 7 years old at RV shows any more. Use to have mine redone at Quartzsite every 2 years
John Wayne 03/07/21 10:04pm Dinghy Towing
RE: disappointing info for Jeep Trailhawk flat tow

Well if it's front wheel drive you may be able to use a remco lube pump for auto trans front wheel drive cars.
John Wayne 01/04/21 04:31pm Dinghy Towing
RE: disappointing info for Jeep Trailhawk flat tow

The Remco driveline disconnect is now Superior Drivelines.
John Wayne 01/02/21 02:13pm Dinghy Towing
RE: disappointing info for Jeep Trailhawk flat tow

You could also go the route of a driveshaft disconnect. Now that you're so far into everything for flat towing would be cheaper than getting something else to flat tow and set everything up again.
John Wayne 01/01/21 03:13pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Day night shade replacement suggestions?

X3 mini blinds an added plus you can get air flow with mini blinds you can't get with shades.
John Wayne 12/31/20 12:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water proofing slide toppers.

Just set up a tad off level front or rear slide out side low ( water will run to out side of slide)
John Wayne 12/12/20 01:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: water heater drain mod

I read some where that the nylon Atwood plug was also a safety device. And to always use the plug. I hope you fitting doesn't react with the metal in the heater and seize up in the opening making it unable to ever come out.
John Wayne 12/04/20 03:02pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
Direct to stop SD transmission on Dec.31

Just spent 45 min on the phone with Tech support. Trying to get directv to let me change a good SD card from a broken SD receiver to a working receiver same model that I have. Would sell me a new card for the working receiver for $20.00. But advised that DirecTV was going to stop SD transmission on Dec. 31. Will have to wait and see if it's true or not.
John Wayne 12/01/20 05:16pm Technology Corner
RE: Jeep Cherokee tail light wiring

Do you have room in the tail lights to drill and put in a separate socket with an LED light. Then you will not have to tap into the Jeeps wiring. Just run separate wire from the plug on the Jeep side to the tail light wires of the socket you installed.
John Wayne 11/24/20 05:16pm Dinghy Towing
RE: RV Flag Pole

X2 for poles and holders
John Wayne 11/14/20 04:04pm General RVing Issues
RE: Puzzle: What Class A RV can offer this precise need?

I think you will find most that have 2 bathrooms is because if the slide is in you can't get to the big bathroom with out climbing over something. So if you find the right one with one bath make sure you can get to it with all slides in. same goes for opening the refrigerator etc.
John Wayne 11/07/20 02:36pm Class A Motorhomes
Motorhome magazine good till Oct 21 refund??

So my MotorHome magazine subscription is good till Oct. 21 but it is no longer going to be printed. Do I get the new magazine till Oct 21. Or do I get a refund?? Or do I just eat the loss??
John Wayne 10/09/20 11:09am Good Sam Club
RE: Flooring Under Dinette (Pictures)

If the bench was cut at an angle to make the seat level I'd just put a spacer in the front and make the floor level with the floor on each side of the sloped area. Put a fake grill in it to make it look like a heater outlet.
John Wayne 09/23/20 01:27pm Class A Motorhomes
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