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Should I level the RV?

I'm not going to store my RV this fall and winter at a facility as I have some work to do on it. It'll be easier to pick away at the things I can fix when it's in my driveway as well as hire someone to fix the stuff I can't. My question is this. My driveway is not level. At the top it is but where I would like to park the MH has a bit of a slant downward, towards the nose of the RV. It's backed in. My fridge will be off. I've read that you shouldn't park your RV on a slant and run the fridge. I just read that it's ok to park on a slant, with the Fridge off, but when you want to use the MH again you need to level it for 24 hours, which would not be a problem. Is this about right?
RJL 08/24/22 09:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: ALWAYS something!

Thank you all. I've been through this before. In both rigs. This one seems very problematic though. I was/am just ranting. I'll get it fixed, and we'll camp with no problems and I'll be happy. But the next few trips, with absolute certainty there will be more carnage. Anyway thanks for the words of encouragement. Bob
RJL 08/23/22 08:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need help with name of item for main tv

RV video switch box. Thank you!
RJL 08/23/22 07:44am Tech Issues
Need help with name of item for main tv

Hard for me to explain. What's the name of the piece of equipment where you select cable, air, vcr, dvd and satellite for the tv? I think mine may be on the fritz. Thank you. Bob
RJL 08/23/22 07:35am Tech Issues
RE: ALWAYS something!

Watch out for black cats.... :B:B Certainly feels like that. Gonna have my hands full this winter. I can fix about 50 percent of what I think I can. May get expensive.
RJL 08/22/22 09:23pm Class A Motorhomes
ALWAYS something!

Been in the Class "A" camping thing since about 07. This is our second unit. EVERY time I've gone out, in this one and the one before something breaks. EVERY time. This time I have several issues. Outside radio not working. Awning acting up. Outdoor lights pooped the bed. (the decorative type you clip to your awning). Levels test decided to stop working inside to see your tank levels, literally just now, worked before we went out for dinner. Steps, they went last trip. Main TV and VCR went two trips ago. Getting exhausting. Rant over.
RJL 08/22/22 08:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Good Sam warranty

Thanks for the info all. I'm really just testing the waters at this point. But Rick, above hit the nail on the head. I could put away 150 bucks a month, but like I said the roof ac's have me concerned. From my understanding my units are no longer made. Fridge, water heater, furnace all are 12+ years old. I'll call during the week and square away exactly what is covered and not. We used the coach alot the first several years we bought it. The last 2-3 years not so much. It's been sitting except for a few trips a summer. Maybe put 500 miles on a year at this point. Used to be 5k a year. That has me very concerned too. The non use. Anyway thanks again. Bob
RJL 07/21/22 08:30pm Class A Motorhomes
Good Sam warranty

We have a 2010 Damon Challenger 368 with roughly 32,000 miles on her now. I requested a quote from Good Sam for a warranty and received one for $1644.45 a year, or $137.04 per month or $417.12 quarterly. Has a $500.00 deductable. I'm at the point where I think we may need a warranty for things I can't fix. Our roof ac's come to mind. Their working fine but getting old now. I have a few smaller things going on now too. Steps stopped working, motor works but the gear component is missing a few bolts. I'll be able to handle that. Leaking slide out seal(s), etc. Like I said I'll pick way at these smaller issues, just want protection from something bigger. Anyone have any experience with this or another warranty? Thanks Bob
RJL 07/21/22 07:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Renting out your RV

Thank you for the input all. Truth be told, I'm thinking of selling our MH and would just about break even. This rental thing has me thinking though. Maybe make a bit of money with it.
RJL 05/05/22 08:30am Class A Motorhomes
Renting out your RV

Hey all. My rig sits. ALOT. Anyone rent their rig out? I've read about this and it sounds almost too good to be true. Any real world experience in here? Insites? Suggestions? Thanks Bob
RJL 05/04/22 07:15pm Class A Motorhomes
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