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RE: inquisitive

depends... Usually at home, and store them untill we are going out again. On the road, Usually leave them with the Motor home, just in case someone wants to steal them for fun or profit. AT home, more for shin protection mostly.
Johno02 10/20/19 08:43pm Dinghy Towing
RE: About painting a 5th wheel

Have not painted one myself, but ours, and many others are painted as they are being built. I would think that any good professional auto painter would be able to do the job, especially if they have a facility to do the job inside their shop.
Johno02 10/16/19 08:22pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Camping tables-any favortes?

Just go to Sams Club or any of the sporting good stores and pick one off the shelf. We got one of the small 4' ones, and use it quite often. Less than $50.
Johno02 10/15/19 06:02pm RV Lifestyle
RE: What good are low point drains?

just fill then with antifreeze. the drains are good to get rid of the antifreeze next spring.
Johno02 10/10/19 07:24pm Tech Issues
RE: Internet! Specifically video calling/conferencing!

Ten years you would have been lucky or very rich to even have voice service. If you are lucky or have LOTs of money, you might get what you want in another ten years. Over the air now just does not have the bandwidth to carry what you want except in limited local areas.
Johno02 10/10/19 07:22pm Technology Corner
RE: "We're sorry. An error has Occurred"

Getting the errors now. Hope it gets fixed soon.
Johno02 10/10/19 05:01pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Boycott “No Campfires”

If a city, county, or state issues a fire ban, doesn't matter what kind or what the campgrounde allows. A fire ban is just that, period! Look at Californis this year or the Great Smokies for a reason...
Johno02 10/10/19 01:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: 50 amp coach on 30 amp power

Just think back to when you had a 30A rig, and do the same as you did then.
Johno02 10/09/19 10:18am Tech Issues
RE: "We're sorry. An error has Occurred"

Haven't had any trouble on this side of the river Yet...
Johno02 10/08/19 06:05pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Expired CERT warning

Check the date and time settings on your coputer.
Johno02 10/07/19 10:25am Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Blowout Adapter

Bought a 50' extension air hose for my compressor, so I could get it to the MH without having to drag the compressor. Cheap, but one of the best accessories I have ever purchased. Put quick disconnects on it, to match others on compressor and tools. If needed, just snap it in place, if not, disconnect and hang it out or the way.
Johno02 10/06/19 03:23pm Truck Campers
RE: New to class A

We found out early that a toad is the only way to go. We have a 2011 HHR that weighs in at less than 4000 lbs., therefore does not need an extra braking system. Takes less than 1 minute to either hitch up or disconnect. Have to look at rear view camera to be sure that it is even there.
Johno02 10/05/19 11:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How to add bleach to fresh water tank

Get a single unit water filter, hook it into you input line, then remove the filter unit and add the needed amount of bleach. turn on the water, and bingo, all the bleach is in your tank!!
Johno02 10/05/19 11:18am General RVing Issues
RE: What is this?

Ron, our door panels are sheet medal on the outside, either steel or aluminum. Wind caught the edge of the one over the sewer connection bin, and folded it back over 90 degrees. Thought it was going to have to be replaced and painted, but our RV tech was able to take it off and gently unfold it. Amazing that unless you know exactly where it is, you can find no trace of the damage.
Johno02 10/04/19 06:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cleaning electronic circuitry?

Agree that water is the only solution if sustances are spilled into electronics. Cokes are the worst, use water to get it all off, then alcohol to pick up all the water.
Johno02 10/01/19 06:22pm Tech Issues
RE: Dinette removal

Look under the rig for the other end of the bolts. Might be in a bin or up between frame pieces,, but the will be there, somewhere. We did not have a raised area, so it was just a matter of looking for the other end of the bolts. BTW, we travelled to shows for many years,, mostly east side of the country.
Johno02 10/01/19 06:07pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Cleaning electronic circuitry?

sorry, duplicate post...
Johno02 10/01/19 12:10pm Tech Issues
RE: Cleaning electronic circuitry?

Also, use a common home vacuum that has a good filter, and a small brush to loosen stuff and in corners. Most have plenty of suction for what you need, especially if you loosen everything with the brush.
Johno02 10/01/19 12:09pm Tech Issues
RE: Cleaning electronic circuitry?

Use the 97% alcohol rather than the common rubbing alcohol which contains lots of water. The 97% drys better, and leaves no residue. And is harmless to most electronics, but do watch out for printed id or instructions, as the 97% will wipe most of them.
Johno02 10/01/19 12:06pm Tech Issues
RE: Where is everyone getting their wiper blades?

Napa parts store.
Johno02 09/28/19 09:02pm Class A Motorhomes
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