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RE: black tank overflowed, figure out how

The renters used it as a relief shed for all their friends at an outdoor concert. Only drunken revelers would let that happen..
MobileBasset 12/09/18 02:26pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Onan Fuel Stabilizer

I don’t know if it’s the best but I use Stabil Marine Grade fuel stabilizer. I have used it for 5 years and have had no issues.
MobileBasset 11/06/18 06:43pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Coachman Freelander 21RS- Fresh water drain

Sounds like they are wanting you to fix their build error.
MobileBasset 10/31/18 09:44am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Minnie Winnie 31G Water in Compartment

I had that happen one time when I parked it overnight with the compartment in the path of a rotor sprinkler head.
MobileBasset 10/25/18 04:16pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Tire pressure monitoring system dumb questions

I have had the Tire Minder system for 5 years. I have 6 removable cap sensors on brass valve extenders. It was at least a year before I had to change any cap battery. Replacing batteries in the caps is very easy. After about 2 or 3 years one of the cap cases cracked so I had to replace it. I bought the very inexpensive cap kit with multiple cases and O rings. After four years one of the sensors locked up at a constant reading. I replaced it. The receiver/computer has a learning mode to set up which caps are on which tire. The system has been very useful and reliable, has calibrated well against a high accuracy manual gauge, and requires no fussing. I read the receiver whenever I want and leave it on continuously when I am traveling to alert me when issues arise. The receiver is always plugged into power when I am driving. So far the receiver battery is going strong. The receiver battery is not replaceable. I don’t use a sensor on the spare. I can add air when it gets installed and will use the bad tire sensor.
MobileBasset 10/18/18 04:42pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: EZPASS

Mine is behind the rear view mirror mostly out of my line of sight and I have had no problems with it registering the toll. You can see the overhang in the signature below.
MobileBasset 10/01/18 07:27pm Class C Motorhomes
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