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RE: Replacing 1999 rear camera with newer tech and color

You can also check TadiBrothers for replacement systems. That's where I got my color back camera and color monitor they had plug in adaptors for the old wiring to new.
John Wayne 01/03/22 03:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New cooling unit or refurbish?

They are also making a 12 volt compressor unit for a replacement you may want to also look into that. I've replaced 3 cooling units myself. It nice if you have a friend that can help but one person can do it.
John Wayne 12/10/21 02:56pm Tech Issues
RE: Toilet broke loose!

I don' think you're supposed to use wax rings in RV's. RV toilets come with foam rings.
John Wayne 11/09/21 06:07pm Tech Issues
RE: Refrigerator replacement

Just watched a you tube video of an ever-chill 12volt compressor model that ran for 43 hours off 1 12volt battery. And that was starting from 61 degrees in freezer and refrigerator.
John Wayne 10/25/21 01:28pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Puzzled by Refrigerator Problem

The flame is about the size of a pilot light, you will never see a flame like you see in the Water heater, if that's what you are comparing it to. If you are seeing a flame in the firebox the refrigerator is working on propane, leave the flame on for 24 hrs and I'll bet your refrigerator is as cold as it would be on elec.
John Wayne 10/21/21 07:27pm Tech Issues
RE: My wife is gonna kill me, please help

Check to see if you have a gfi plug that may have tripped. Can you see where it plugs in if so just plug a 110 volt light into the socket to make sure you have power to the plug.
John Wayne 10/14/21 03:28pm Tech Issues
RE: I need help removing my broken water heater drain plug

As I recall talking with Attwood you want to ONLY use the nylon plug. It is also used as a safety device designed to blow out if pressure gets too high. I know that's what the pressure relief valve is for. Just say that's what I heard for an Atwood rep.
John Wayne 10/11/21 12:58pm Tech Issues
RE: Clicking sound when engine starting

Take a set of jumper cables hook the neg post on the battery to the frame to ground it and try starting it if the clicking go away you have a ground problem. Fought this problem on friends MH in St George Utah in July in 105 temps. Turned out to be a bad ground cable.
John Wayne 09/01/21 01:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2022 Tiffin - F-53 Chassis - Brakes

Take it for a few drives and try to avoid any hard braking, just heat the rotors and let them cool to seat in the new pads.
John Wayne 08/30/21 04:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trouble with leaking around toilet flange

On a friends MH his toilets pipe fit in the black tank with a ring gasket it was not glued into the black tank. The ring on his split and he had to install a new one. So if yours over flowed and didn't come into the bathroom area just over the black tank it may be the same.
John Wayne 08/09/21 04:59pm Tech Issues
RE: compartment door replacement

Look for RV salvage yards, as I recall there are a few in your area. There is one in the area of Branson, Mo. Just try a search under RV salvage.Here are a few RV Yard Glendale, Az. Colaw RV Salvage, Carthage, Mo. Visone RV, East Bernstadt, Ky
John Wayne 08/09/21 04:51pm Class A Motorhomes
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
RE: RV WANT-A-Be

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
RE: FMCA ?

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
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