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RE: Another "Yuk" thread, or OMG, or what are they thinking?

I hate dump sites.....nasty places I have electric dump valves and just let them rip while driving back home. Simple.... That’s just crazy! I would never do anything like that! How would you flush the black tank?!!! Do like I do.. Hook the outside shower to the black tank flush and run the pump while you're heading down the road! Turn pump off when you stop for gas. All good. Mike There you GO! There's always a solution.......
Old-Biscuit 10/19/19 10:08am General RVing Issues
RE: Another "Yuk" thread, or OMG, or what are they thinking?

I hate dump sites.....nasty places I have electric dump valves and just let them rip while driving back home. Simple....
Old-Biscuit 10/18/19 09:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: BEST ROUTE WITH LEAST MOUNTAINS

My wife had the same issues so when we started running routes with drop-offs, she'd go back and sit at the dinette. Now she drives these routes with the 43' coach and full size pickup toad and doesn't turn a hair. Just a question of getting used to it, SLOWLY. OP has a 5th wheel. Sitting at the dinette table probably NOT going to resolve issue :B
Old-Biscuit 10/18/19 08:50pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Suburban IW60 Nautilus Tankless Water Heater?

NONE that I am aware of....12VDC and Propane only Electric would need couple of 2000W 240VAC elements for Instant On Demand Hot Water.......
Old-Biscuit 10/18/19 02:55pm Tech Issues
RE: BEST ROUTE WITH LEAST MOUNTAINS

GO north to I-90 then GO WEST I-90 to HWY 287 South (After Bosseman/Belgrade Montana) Hwy 287 S.....dead ends at HWY 191...go south 10/12 miles to west yellowstone
Old-Biscuit 10/18/19 01:48pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: New Towed

Cars lost 'distinction' YEARS ago.
Old-Biscuit 10/18/19 01:41pm Around the Campfire
RE: Visa scam

Have ALerts on ALL Cards.....if used with PIN, if used W/O Pin, if used via Phone, if used via Internet, if used ---- Not annoying at all.....infomative YES Also have Credit Accounts FROZEN.....can't open ANY new account W/O first unfreezing them. Annoying ---not at all Todsys thieves are not just crack addicts ...they are very sophistacated so ANY means I can use to try and protect are worth the little annoyance.
Old-Biscuit 10/18/19 01:37pm Around the Campfire
RE: Suburban IW60 Nautilus Tankless Water Heater?

Seeing that the Suburban IW60 Nautilus operates on Propane ONLY you will ALWAYS be boondocking per se regardless of being at a FHU CG Site. Consumes 15,000 btu at minimum flow of 0.5 gpm up to 60,000 btu at maximum flow of 1.5 gpm. Suburban 10 gal uses 12,000 btu. How often do you camp? How much propane do you currently have? How often do you fill propane now? Just remeber ANY tankless W/O electric option will ALWAYS require propane even when FHU.
Old-Biscuit 10/18/19 01:25pm Tech Issues
RE: Another "Yuk" thread, or OMG, or what are they thinking?

I'd never hold my glove with my mouth. Hard to eat my sandwish with a glove in the way.
Old-Biscuit 10/18/19 09:37am General RVing Issues
RE: This is revolting

Independence Rock in WY..... Over 5000 names craved into the granite rock of travelers on the Oregon Trail Graffiti OR Historical Info? IS there really a difference?
Old-Biscuit 10/18/19 09:33am Around the Campfire
RE: Show type of RV on question page

The OP does have a point although not necessarily presented well. It would be nice if the reason for the post was a bit more informative about what they are asking. I’ve seen a lot of “Need help” or “what’s this” or “Best X for class a” when they only mean DP’s. I open a lot of meaningless to me posts. That is due to OPs NOT putting much info in title..... But if you scroll over the title it will show more of the post w/o even opening it
Old-Biscuit 10/16/19 04:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: Gas stove in fifth wheel

No shutoff valves on individual service lines to the appliances IF propane to stove is LEAKING you will need to disconnect the propane line and cap/plug using a 3/8" gas fitting
Old-Biscuit 10/16/19 08:26am Tech Issues
RE: Water pump issue

Sputtering Hot & Cold..........air is being pulled into SUCTION side of pump Suction line from fresh water tank Winterizing Kit Strainer Pump casing those are the places air can enter....suction side of pump
Old-Biscuit 10/15/19 04:24pm Tech Issues
RE: Towing with bicycle

Notice the front wheel support......same way that Ricky towed the Long Trailer Anyone that has been overseas has seen what a bicyle can really tow. https://c8.alamy.com/comp/C8A228/overloaded-bicycle-trailer-shanghai-china-C8A228.jpg height=400 width=400
Old-Biscuit 10/14/19 09:55am Towing
RE: Dometic Fridge not working on electric, but does on propane?

Mine has two glass fuses on the fridge's circuit board. A 3 amp for the 12v stuff and a 5 amp for the 120v element. However, first check that the fridge has 120v where you plug it into a receptacle. That receptacle might be dead from a popped circuit breaker or from being on a GFCI circuit where the GFCI has popped. THIS^^^^ Start with the basics. Do you have 120VAC at the Outlet fridge plugs into YES... Then remove cover on the lower circuit board and check the GLASS fuse That is the AC circuit Fuse Got AC at/thru fuse (check it with voltmeter not just visual) YES..... Then check for AC at the 2 terminals where the Electric Element Leads plug onto the circuit board Then do a continuity check thru the leads of the element Blown Glass Fuse...bad element Good fuse...no AC at element lead terminals on circuit board...BAD board AC at terminals...no continuity thru element leads.bad element
Old-Biscuit 10/14/19 09:39am Tech Issues
RE: Those with portable surge protector

Yep.........50A portable PI unit It is plugged in FIRST regardless....at CG, at home, at friends place etc. I have NO control over what the Power Company does. So kinda silly to have it and NOT use it.
Old-Biscuit 10/13/19 09:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: norcold thermistor plug

Thermistor is the temp sening probe in food compartment the fridge thermostat uses to control cooling cycles Thermistor Leads plug into Light Assembly Connector on many Norcold Models Which Model is yours?????
Old-Biscuit 10/13/19 05:48pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: how to level a trailer

Fridge.....
Old-Biscuit 10/13/19 11:25am Travel Trailers
RE: Trains

Sorry to hear of this sad event. Sounds like moral of story would be 'ear buds and being distracted' can lead to a tragic end.
Old-Biscuit 10/12/19 08:50pm Around the Campfire
RE: Hot water tank not working on 110 VAC

Oke Biscuit comes through again. While I don't have the camper here to look, I distinctly remember feeling resistance on the left reset button when I pressed it, but the WH still didn't work on AC. Will do voltmeter/ohmeter test once I get back to the camper, but I'm sure Ole is right, the element is either shorted or open. thanks for all the advice, especially the pix. The element is a big resistor that heats up. Resistors dont short they always burn open And yet tests for burnet out element (NO continuity thru element) and testing for shorted element (Continuity between element and flange) are the 2 tests recommended for any water heater using an electric element. RV or Residential. Burnt out deals with the element Shorted deals with the 'insulator' between element and flange
Old-Biscuit 10/12/19 08:43pm Tech Issues
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