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How to Restore Old Fiberglass

I searched and could not find anything.... Our MH is 16 yrs old. It is white fiberglass with decals. All the decals are ruined from sun exposure on one side so they have been removed. I want to restore the fiberglass before applying new decals. Nothing seems to work. It is thin layer of fiberglass laminated to luan. Using an orbital polisher I have tried polishing compound, Maguaris One Step 67, others, no luck. Any suggestions? If I am able to get the fiberglass white again (like the areas where the decals were) then what polish or product should I use to restore the shine, the original luster? Not confident that wax alone will do this? Thanks, trying to take care of her....
TC&Z 05/18/23 04:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Differential Oil Capacity

Found out I should get 2 gallons. Thanks
TC&Z 04/26/23 06:31am Class A Motorhomes
Differential Oil Capacity

Preparing to change the differential 75W-90 oil in my 2007 Winn. I am finding conflicting amounts, 3 pints, 3 quarts, many gallons!! What is the correct capacity so I buy the correct amount? Thanks.... Year: 2007 Make: Winn Model: Voyage 38J Serial: 10F90H253787 VIN: 5B4MPA7G573422088
TC&Z 04/25/23 06:30pm Class A Motorhomes
Router for Low Cell Signal Rural Mountainous Areas

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TC&Z 12/12/22 03:22pm Class A Motorhomes
Router for Low Cell Signal Rural Mountainous Areas

We recently camped in the mountains of Alabama at Desoto SP. We had spotty cell signal. When we got back I called Verizon to confirm they could activate a T1114 router, activation fee was $35 and a $10/mon fee. All is good. So I bought a Verizon Novatel T1114, an Antenna Gear M39 and a painters pole to put it up in the air. Once delivered ****, I called Verizon to activate it and they reneged and would not activate the T1114 despite their previous commitment. They claim it is no longer supported by their system. That's bunk, my brother has a T1114 and they are continuing to support his. Regardless, I now must return my T1114 and try to get reimbursed. This despite making sure it was legit, and must buy another router for rural low signal areas, just for Verizon 4G WiFi, no voice needed. My antenna I bought has SMA connectors. Any suggestions for a good router that has SMA antenna connections, that Verizon will activate? Thanks
TC&Z 12/12/22 03:22pm Technology Corner
RE: How to Best Run New Coax on Roof ??

Seems like we replied to this a few weeks back. Take it you did not want to pull inside. Did you check just below the roof line where the antenna is installed. As stated almost always a connector there so only a few feet to add. Not a lot to pull on the roof. Point A to B, glue, tape and drill a new hole and seal. This might help you. Ideal Correct, I had a post a few weeks back. Wasn't a matter of not wanting too, I can't. The Winnebago motor home has solid styrofoam in the roof. There is no air space. They cut out channels for the wiring harness and air vents prior to being laminated together. This makes it impossible to pull any wiring thru after lamination. I did check just below the roof line at the antenna mount. I did not find any coax connection. I also checked with Winn Tech support. They said Winn runs a continuous line from the antenna head, down the crank up lift arm, into the roof, down the 20 ft length of roof to the electrical closet. So there is no connection under the antenna mount. The closest connection is in the electrical closet. Thanks though....
TC&Z 11/05/22 05:08pm Class A Motorhomes
How to Find Drafts?

When you prepare a posting and save to drafts, how do you find the drafts again to finalize and post? Sorry I couldn't figure it out, thank you....
TC&Z 11/05/22 04:52pm Forum Posting Help and Support
How to Best Run New Coax on Roof ??

A limb caught my crank up antenna and snatched it off the roof. The original coax is damaged somewhere inside the roof and is not accessible. And I cannot pull a new cable inside the roof. So I plan to run a new coax from a new antenna, run 20 ft down the center line of the roof and adhere with blobs of lap sealant every 12-18 inches. Will drill hole in roof and drop new coax into an electrical closet. Any tips? Expansion/contraction? Leave slightly off roof between lap seal blobs to allow for water drainage? Has anyone done this before? Comments? Thanks
TC&Z 11/05/22 11:26am Class A Motorhomes
Norcold Frig Parts List ??

Hi, The link is broken on the Norcold support page for Parts List – 1210 Ultraline. I can't get hold of them by phone. The link address is: https://norcold.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/PL_629700_1200_20220221.pdf but gets a 404 error. Does anyone have the pdf parts list, or a corrected link? My frig is model 1211IMWPM. I need to find p/ns for the door seals. Thank you
TC&Z 10/29/22 04:40am Class A Motorhomes
Has Anyone Pulled New Coax in Roof?

Hi, we have a 2007 Winn Voyage 38J. A tree branch caught the loop of coax at the base of my crank up antenna and ripped it apart. Only a stub of the coax remains. This coax runs inside the roof, from the roof antenna back to the hallway switch cluster, about 20 ft. Reaching out to see if anyone pulled new coax for this line? I would love to pull all new coax rather then try to crimp a connector on the remaining stub. But I am worried the existing coax is potted or zip tied. I plan to wiggle and tug on it and see if I can get any indication of possibility. But I can't get carried away tugging cause I may end up having to use it !!
TC&Z 10/23/22 06:48am Class A Motorhomes
Need Coax for Roof Antenna

Hi, a tree branch caught the loop of coax at the base of my crank up antenna and ripped it apart. I need to cut, strip and crimp a connector on the stub that remains. Then I need a 4-5 ft length of coax with connectors to run up the lift arm to the antenna and a bullet to join them together. Where can I buy these items that are high quality and weather proof? Original was just RG-59. I want to upgrade to outdoor rated cable. Outdoor rated connectors with o-rings, etc. Not just the normal indoor bubble pack at Lowes. Moisture is what kills the TV signal. Thanks....
TC&Z 10/22/22 06:05pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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