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RE: Hybrid electric/propane tank-less water heater

https://campersmarts.com/best-rv-tankless-water-heater. We have 10 gallon Electric/gas and seems to have enough hot water. As stated turn on both electric/gas and it stays hot. This one I help a neighbor install and they love it. http://www.aquahot.com/Products/RV/400P.aspx
MountainAir05 05/22/19 04:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Locating a/c expansion valve

Follow the two lines to the box on the LH side over the passenger wheel. The 1.5 x 3.5 x 1 inch block is it. Type in vehicle ac expansion valve in google and you will get pictures.
MountainAir05 05/19/19 06:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Windshield SQUEAK

silicone lubricant on the inside or 303 Rubber Seal Protectant and Conditioner for Weather Seals . I use both, 303 more than the silicone but they both work. This is what my new vehicle states in the manual to use twice a year on all rubber parts. Gummi Pflege
MountainAir05 05/14/19 07:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Norcold 3 way fridge

F is no pilot light or no gas to system. ensure you have gas and also that you have either the Button on Auto or Electric. Post back, will find you a troubleshoot chart in a sec. The A is no AC to the unit. Ensure it is plug in. Take the panel off the back on the Outside and ensure it is plug in. Also you will have to bleed the air out of the system to get it to light the first time. Turn on a cook top burner and light it and at lease two more and let them run for a few minutes. Post back Do you have 110 volts to the rest of the RV. TV, Microwave. https://100refrigerator.com/norcold-refrigerator-error-codes/
MountainAir05 05/08/19 07:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: CHF 2018 Thor, F53, Rear do I need Z brackets

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rh1itgg398M http://www.thorforums.com/forums/f27/chf-cheap-handling-fix-3377.html
MountainAir05 05/07/19 08:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Balancing Rear Tires?

Balance all with beads.
MountainAir05 05/06/19 04:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need a bit of 'educating'...

This is off Fords site. The tow/haul mode reduces shift cycles. Depending on the truck, it may also boost torque and engage an engine braking mode to help drivers maintain control while driving up and down hills. In general, the tow/haul mode changes shift points to higher RPM limits. This helps you keep moving as you haul your trailer. If on flat ground you should get better mileage with it off.
MountainAir05 04/30/19 08:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Brake booster (hydraulic) and master cylinder (1993 P30)

After all that then look at the brake cylinders and all lines. If the rubber ones have not been done it past time. If you can not find them then go stainless steel braided from your speed shop. #3 or #4 size.
MountainAir05 04/29/19 04:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: winterizing with compressed air

Follower the line from the ice maker and you will fine the valve. Have been using air since 75 and never blew a line. 40 lbs will not blew out a plastic line. Probable time to replace that line with Pex and you will not have any more issues.
MountainAir05 04/27/19 10:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Revolution driving/fog lights

Our Revolution has two driving/fog lights that do little more than glow. Don't help a thing. Pulled one out to see about a stronger replacement. I think I remember them only being 15 watts, perhaps 25 watts at the most. I have not found a halogen bulb with a base like it has anywhere. Replaced my Halogen driving lights in my 2001 Mountain Aire with LEDs from www.m4products.com. The LED was a direct replacement for the stock halogen. Much, much, much better. Thanks ,I was looking for someone who had what we have and change them out.
MountainAir05 04/25/19 06:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Revolution driving/fog lights

Also you might not be getting a full 12.5 volts to the bulb. Something you might want to check. Our our Newmar, I had to put in a relay from the battery to get the needed voltage. Just went out and check ours. The only thing I can find in my book is a MR16 which would not give off much light. Mine are seal beam and you could drive with them if legal for that. I think regular lights are wither 55 or maybe 65 watts. My driving lights are over 100 watts, and are set very close to the ground and the front of the RV. We have several DOT check points and they have a gauge to check them here.
MountainAir05 04/25/19 05:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another Question on Front Coil Springs

Oem is Oem. Did HR change them, I suspect not, My friend and the one we owned were rated for 6000 lbs or so. We were close when loaded up. HR could have order the front different than Chevy standard. Our Ford is rated at 7000. I would think you have gotten there life out of them. Only you can decided what stiffness or firm ride you want. On my 7000 front axle I decided it was too soft, so air bags were install and that way very well worth it. On the P30 I just air up the bags to make thing better.
MountainAir05 04/23/19 03:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1996 Damon Intruder 460 engine Issue Solved!!

Mine book says 10 degrees. The guy that put it in for you should have that in his manual. There is a plug that has to be disconnected to set it and then plug back in. And timing should jump back close to 20 something.
MountainAir05 04/22/19 12:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Key West question

https://fla-keys.com/welcome-to-the-florida-keys/ Have fun.
MountainAir05 04/13/19 05:52pm Roads and Routes
RE: Thermostat issue and it's cold here!

https://bryantrv.com/docs2/docs/operating/CCC%202-%20User's%20Guide_3314150.016.pdf
MountainAir05 04/12/19 08:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Little Round Kitchen Sink

we have two, and use both.
MountainAir05 04/09/19 12:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water. In the wheel covers

Our 99 covers are not tight enough to hold water. Front or rear.
MountainAir05 04/08/19 10:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Beaver Santiam generator fuel pick up

The tube is build into the fuel pickup which is inside the tank. If you can get to and take out the pickup then you will see how to extend it. Since it is a diesel you can look to see if you can get to the pickup.
MountainAir05 04/08/19 10:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Had audio, now don't

First check the cables. Then the Menu on TV and sat box.
MountainAir05 04/07/19 12:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best Tire Pressure Voyage 35L

Here is what I did, I filled the holding tanks full and the fresh water full and the gas full. Just the two of us. I then weight the vehicle and got my load per axle. That is the max weight that you will never have unless you travel with everything full. Dump the black/grey and put the fresh water at where you travel at. We stay around just a little over a 1/4. Then set the tire pressure and that is where I ran them. My tires are 19.5/245. I ran then for 10 years and never a issue. Handling and ride was good. Even wear. 78000 miles on them. I do not add pounds as many other state. As you said, hard to weight every time you travel.
MountainAir05 04/06/19 04:04pm Class A Motorhomes
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