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RE: Ryobi 2300 generator keeps overloading

Honda, you are paying up front for name brand recognition, warranty and dealer supportNo you're not. You're paying for performance, quiet, and quality so you rarely if ever need warranty support. x2 The Honda 2200 has the largest engine in this size genny, 121cc. The Ryobi 2300 has a 80cc. It makes a difference when putting a load on it.
Latner 09/15/21 12:47pm Tech Issues
RE: Dometic Awning LED strip very very dim.

Well We are just 2 of many people that prefer to sit and enjoy nature, night stars and the sounds of silence and those LED lights are still too bright for both of us!…Hope you turn them off, thank You…. Really?
Latner 09/04/21 06:36am Tech Issues
RE: Dump station app for androids?

Search the play store, there's a page full.
Latner 08/24/21 11:09am Truck Campers
RE: 6 Volt Battery Winter Maintenance Advice?

I do nothing different for our Samsclub purchased 6 volt golfcart batteries during the winter months as opposed to summer. Regardless of the time of year we keep our batteries properly watered and always plugged in letting our smart converter or inverter charger keep them happily charged. We experience at least 4 months yearly of sub-freezing temps and easily get a minimum of 8 years of reliable service, they always have life still left in them but with the sales they occasionally have at Samsclub on GC2 batteries we tend to get a fresh pair. For less than what we spend on fuel for a single RV outing we have 12 volt reserves for many years to come, don't see myself going with newer battery technologies any time soon as we have always had good success over several decades of RVing. x2
Latner 08/24/21 10:59am Travel Trailers
RE: 6 Volt Battery Winter Maintenance Advice?

theres another option. if you hve a good converter in the rv and you leave it pluged in, just leave the batteries set up as normal. I got 14 years out of my lst 6V batteries and they only time they wernt plugged in was when I was driving or camping with out services. Steve x2
Latner 08/24/21 10:57am Travel Trailers

kick the can down the road until August, game over.
Latner 07/17/21 12:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: stay pluged in or not

Always plugged in, and in summer frig running also 24/7. x2
Latner 06/10/21 11:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New York mandates car sales be zero emission only by 2035.

NY might want to spend some time looking at the electrical system before trying to use even more electricity. On Long Island we have poor services, lots of outages and pay 3X the national average. Fix that first. Plus the fact that the taxes you all have to pay is causing droves of people to leave the state.
Latner 04/29/21 01:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: New York mandates car sales be zero emission only by 2035.

Much ado about nothing. Just like prohibition, laws can be changed from one day to the next, to the next, to the next, etc., etc., etc. The market and whether or not they can interest the buying public into buying into their wares will dictate. The will of the people is supreme to whatever law or regulation you make today; just ask Gavin Newsom. X2
Latner 04/29/21 01:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: Chevrolet exits all ICE production by 2035

I hope that I never get so totally obsessed with one thing that everything that I read or discuss involves that subject. I sure don't want lobbyists forcing their ideas on the general public. X2
Latner 03/07/21 12:25pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Level Mate Pro

The whole reason to use the Level Mate Pro is to help level the RV side to side before you unhook. It will also tell you how much front to back. You can move little back, maybe forward or move little to one side to find a better level spot . It tells you how much leveling blocks need to level RV. You don't do this with your slide out. Once level and unhooked you put out your slide. X2 My trailer is level and the stabs down before I put the slide out.
Latner 02/27/21 10:31am Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for portable electric space heater for rv!

As mentioned by one poster earlier, we also use a Vornado electric heater in our trailer. We have used it for quite a few years in weather down to the 30's and it keeps us comfortable. In addition to heating a quite large area, it is very quiet, in contrast to some of the other elec heaters we have tried. The fan blows the heat out for quite a ways and does not interfere with the tv or talking etc. Barney https://i.imgur.com/YKTQJEvl.jpg width=300 X3 for the Vornado's
Latner 12/28/20 01:26pm General RVing Issues

I would invest in this: Flameking
Latner 12/04/20 12:51pm Tent Camping
RE: Fridge makes clicking sound in Area where fridge is

The clicking is the igniter for gas mode, put the switch to auto, then when you are plugged in it will run on electric. In auto it will go to gas when you are unplugged.
Latner 11/19/20 02:11pm Tech Issues
RE: I got my new gas light.

So it is nostalgia thing? Years ago, I had gasoline powered lamp. It was original cool-miners light, what was cool as it had self-igniter (rare 40 years ago) and flame had double steel mesh around, so any methane presence would be indicated by internal blows, but without igniting gas around. It was cool as hell, but over the years its practicality diminished and finally it ended in the garbage. So back to my question. Why not slap couple of LED panels inside the old fixture and have it all without maintenance hassle and without endangering your life? Get over it. He doesn't want leds, he wants a functional gas lamp and he is aware of the risks.
Latner 11/16/20 11:59am Truck Campers
RE: WINDOWS 10 Experts Please

While logged into your computer, pull up the Run window by pressing the Windows key + R key. Then, type netplwiz into the field and press OK. Uncheck the box located next to Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer. Click the OK button toward the bottom of the window. This will prompt an automatically sign-in box to appear. Enter your username and the new password you created earlier into the fields provided. Click OK and choose to restart your computer.
Latner 11/05/20 12:31pm Technology Corner
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