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RE: Dometic Power Awning Pro Beeping and Clicking

If you need some peace of mind so you sleep thru the night , lol, then heat it up. If u use a hair dryer on the mechanism and it works then you know. But as said, leave it alone till it warms up.
bobndot 12/27/21 04:40pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: B+ motorhomes

https://www.4statetrucks.com/exterior/semi-truck-ford-gmc-side-mirror-head-and-flat-glass-kit-black-housing_54292.asp?gclid=Cj0KCQiA5aWOBhDMARIsAIXLlkfRS4JuDfvPYHU92tc2preUda9ed6Ld3b9a82b81pRytHgv5AOlEQEaAnvsEALw_wcB Another supplier. Amazon has them too.
bobndot 12/27/21 07:04am Class C Motorhomes
RE: B+ motorhomes

https://www.finditparts.com/products/507074/velvac-714559.amp?srcid=CHL01SCL010-Npla-Dmdt-Gusa-Svbr-Mmuu-K507074-L177&gclid=Cj0KCQiA5aWOBhDMARIsAIXLlkeY8dGfYWuBEEELDze9VzhSAP17UHRPp_GQugUTG0e93KtEPrd61YYaAiEYEALw_wcB If this is not your mirror then try this company to find the correct model. jittruckparts.com https://www.jittruckparts.com/2015-2020-replacement-glass-kit-709407?gclid=Cj0KCQiA5aWOBhDMARIsAIXLlkeCixJKGZ99ob3_FJcOf2at80Xxr7ug0hSNXd_cKCUFeZkz-4RrKjkaAqBnEALw_wcB
bobndot 12/27/21 07:02am Class C Motorhomes
RE: B+ motorhomes

I googled ‘Velvac class C rv mirrors’ Too many mirrors to list. I will try to link a few diff suppliers
bobndot 12/27/21 07:01am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Minor alignment issue... but a long story

In 2018 i was quoted $175/hr. in Vt. My doctor doesn’t charge $175/hr with 13 years of schooling and malpractice to pay for.
bobndot 12/26/21 07:52am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Overhead entertainment center removal

Nice job BruceMc, tnx for taking the time to share your project. I hope you feel better and recover from your injury. Maybe it’s time to buy a stainless steel shark-proof glove ? Xmas is right around the corner.
bobndot 12/20/21 10:09am Class C Motorhomes
RE: B+ motorhomes

Dale, would a 2x2 hitch carrier be helpful to haul your spare tire when not traveling with your trailer ? https://www.etrailer.com/Spare-Tire-Carrier/etrailer/e98ZR.html?feed=npn&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Google%20%7C%20Shop%20-%20Spare%20Tire%20Carrier&adgroupid=85324436558&campaignid=1338491243&creative=397810360298&device=c&devicemodel=&feeditemid=&keyword=&loc_interest_ms=&loc_physical_ms=9004553&matchtype=&network=g&placement=&position=&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIgdKhy87o9AIV4Y1bCh3-fQaEEAQYASABEgIFxPD_BwE
bobndot 12/16/21 08:21am Class C Motorhomes
RE: IVECO Daily at Speed

Do roof vents remain on the roof at 110 mph ?
bobndot 12/15/21 04:26am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Michelin Cross Climate C Metric Tires

page 2 speaks of the 121 meteric, https://forums.trailerlife.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/30283718/srt/pa/pging/1/page/2.cfm
bobndot 12/14/21 02:24pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Looking for advice/feedback on a purchase

Find a floorplan that works for you . Hire an rv inspector before you buy. At the age of units that you are considering, its all about condition and history of maintenance. A lot can happen to an rv in 10 years. Renting one first , to get a floorplan and driving feel , will be money well spent. Consider the following when deciding a floorplan. Things you need to have easy access should be easily accessible and not hidden. Find the accessibility of : the slideout motor, water pump, by-pass valves and low water drains. As others with experience have mentioned , if slideout‘s are in the equation then be sure you have full use of your rv floorplan when the slides are ‘in’. In the event of a slide motor malfunction , you might need to function with it closed for a period of time , longer than you might like.
bobndot 12/14/21 01:02pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: It's time to winterize...

Rick, i was told that resistance can change in the wiring of an appliance as it ages. The current could take an alternate path to ground through a person when the person touches the appliance.
bobndot 12/07/21 02:54pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Fantastic Fan

My rain sensor fan worked fine for 3 years then decided to become independent. Maybe possessed is s better term :E :B Some people say there is a small push button type switch on some models that can malfunction and has to be kept clean using a contact electrical spray. Maybe its something that actually needs to be replaced every few years.
bobndot 12/07/21 09:15am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Small dryer in Minnie Winnie 25b basement.

It would be easier to lather up and jump in the lake with your dirty clothes on, then bask in the sun. :B At the end of the day , you will probably end up breaking the dryer from miles of repeatedly bouncing and shaking it inside an rv storage compartment tub . Don’t be surprised ‘if it no work’ when you go to dry. When you mentioned using plywood to line the tub to distribute the dryers weight . The tub is still only being held in place using small screws and maybe caulk on a narrow lip screwed into soft pine wood . That ‘s the ‘weak link ‘ . I would use steel supports under the tub . Two straps welded/bolted to the frame. I would go beyond a stated weight rating of a plastic tub. Have you considered using a rear hitch rack with a locked secure box ? Some racks are rated at 500# using a 2x2 hitch. I would run an outlet to the rack so i could plug in the dryer while traveling. You could call it ‘Dry n Drive’ .
bobndot 12/05/21 03:53pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Motorhome Fuel Economy

I chat with a lot of diesel owners at a friends truck repair shop and they are not happy. Medium duty diesel drivers that i talk to these days are fed up with new diesel regulations . They complain about losing business bc of repair down time. The owners driving routes like Snap- On , bread and soda routes are switching back to gas trucks. It must be pretty bad to unload $100,000 plus trucks prematurely. If someone ‘claims’ mpg figures by using simple math counting used gallons and miles driven , the results are of doubtful validity.
bobndot 12/04/21 09:38am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Fantastic Fan

Mine is in the bathroom, and when I sit there with the door closed and the fan on, I can feel a breeze blowing in under the door. I noticed that too . If the fan is on ‘high’ it might be more difficult to open the door :B Look how much dust gets trapped on the FF screen. Its a strong attic fan. My previous Lance was sealed so tight , with all the windows, vents and door closed , i could here the pitch difference in the FF motor as I opened the door. I could here the rise in rpm’s of the fan. Try it, see how well sealed your rv is. The class C i have now is not as tight as my previous TC. The fan works well exhausting cooking odors too.
bobndot 12/03/21 08:50pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Wiring problems

You would be best to look for and OLD school mechanic not a new school auto technician It doesn't always apply to mechanics. While ordering a sandwich on toast, the young waitress asked ' do you want your toast TOASTED' ? She was serious ! I think we might be doomed :E :B She didn't consider herself as a waitress, she was a Food Service Technician.
bobndot 12/03/21 02:15pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Fantastic Fan

bobndot 12/01/21 10:39pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Wiring problems

If you need chassis Elec help maybe the below link will help. https://haynes.com/en-us/dodge/b300-van/1971-1974
bobndot 12/01/21 08:38pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Small dryer in Minnie Winnie 25b basement.

Which molded tub does google say you have ? The 50# or 200# tub ? Seems to be quite a spread for the basically same type of molded tub thats installed in the same manner.
bobndot 12/01/21 07:24pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Fantastic Fan

Bathroom vent ? Thats where i installed one. It worked much better than the small bath fan and uses less amps. Or…tap off a nearby ceiling light if one is close enough to your vent. I installed a fancy one with sensors that closes it when it rains, opens when sunny, takes the temperature and balances your checkbook . I wish i stayed simple buying the basic model . The one i installed malfunctions on humid days, it automatically closes. I was better off with a basic model and vent cover.
bobndot 12/01/21 06:28pm Class C Motorhomes
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