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RE: Upholstery needs to be redone

not cost defective. just replace it.
cavie 10/07/19 02:51am General RVing Issues
winter cover help

This topic has been moved to another forum. You can read it here: 29979437
cavie 10/06/19 03:26am Forum Posting Help and Support
winter cover help

Looking for recommendations for storage cover. leave Travel Trailer in seasonal site for the winter for last 4 years. Heavily wooded site. Decided to install a cover next year as it's getting too hard for me to get up on the roof and clean off all the leaves and debris and dirt. I find lots of broken tree branches every year and a mat of maple leaves. Would like to keep price around $200/300. 32' Keystone sprinter.
cavie 10/06/19 03:26am Travel Trailers
RE: Complete newbie needs help

you tube is your friend
cavie 10/06/19 02:40am Truck Campers
RE: Error Messages

it's ben going on for months. I just hit the back button and try again. sometimes takes 4 tries.
cavie 10/04/19 03:21pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Installing a drain valve

Most RV's have 2 low point drains.1 hot 1 cold. However some don't have them. My 2011 Keystone Sprinter with the Thermo Package installed does not have low point drains. The only penetrations below the plastic belly is two 3" drain valves and the FW tank drain. When you think about it, if using pink antifreeze there is no need for low point drains. You are correct. Your FW tank is not pressurized.
cavie 10/04/19 05:46am Tech Issues
RE: Tankless Water Heater Compatibility?

I would consider a propane model if/when our water heater bites the dust, but not an electric one. Sure is nice to flip a switch when the gas runs out in the middle of the night.
cavie 10/03/19 08:40am Travel Trailers
RE: Tankless Water Heater Compatibility?

Nope won't work as stated above. Also if you don't have shore power and don't have a 220 volt generator you won't have hot water.
cavie 10/03/19 06:34am Travel Trailers
RE: KZ Sportsman Fifth wheel toy hauler Wiring diagram please

tell us why you need it. maybe we can help.
cavie 10/01/19 05:52am Tech Issues
RE: Progressive EMS is growling at me/Loud hummmm

SEND IT BACK. Should not make ANY kind of noise.
cavie 09/30/19 05:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bounder Does Not Start

when you are tired of throwing parts at it. call an auto mechanic.
cavie 09/29/19 07:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1990 Class C Cobra Passport Ford E350 electrical ?

The basics. House system is 12 volts. One battery is for that. One battery is for the chassis. The converter charges the house battery and provides for the 12 volt house system. The converter is on a 120 volt breaker. The chassis battery is charged by the motor alternator. Don't know your system but the ALT MAY charge both. Convert won't charge chassis.
cavie 09/29/19 07:27am Tech Issues
RE: No Power from house batteries in class C Four winds 2004 ?

check for..... battery disconnect switch near the entry door. Must be on. 2 reverse polarity fuses on Converter. 30 or 40 amp. 1 inline reset-able fuse within 6' feet of battery. fully charged battery.
cavie 09/29/19 07:15am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Pretty new but need advice

1st thing you need to do is be sure your Suburban is capable of pulling your trailer. Get a load distribution hitch. Be sure your under the GVW of the Suburban. Include all that stuff you intend to load into the trailer including you and your wife and kids and animals.
cavie 09/29/19 07:00am Towing
RE: electrical question

either one will protect your unit. Do you understand the difference between a Surge Protector, EMS, and an auto-former? 3 different pieces of equipment. You probably won't need any of them at home. At a campground all bets are off. EMS and Auto-former would be my choice. Low voltage is most common in campgrounds. especially older ones.
cavie 09/27/19 07:56pm Beginning RVing
RE: Campground washroom needs GFCI

It has to be protected since it's a commercial or public facility (goes for rentals too). No grandfathering. If it passed inspection before the GFI requirement the is no code to make them upgrade to GFI. Yes it can be grandfathered.
cavie 09/25/19 08:05pm General RVing Issues
RE: Campground washroom needs GFCI

Well, the question came up. Testing to see if it is GFCI protected. That is what the OP asked about, so how does one safely test it? Plug in gfi circuit tester. 3 lights and a push button.
cavie 09/25/19 08:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Who do we notify when moderators break the rules?

I agree. Moderator was out of line. I have been busted on other forums for much less. I saw it when it was first posted.
cavie 09/21/19 09:48pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Question about Suburban SW6DE water heater...

My WH gas switch has a red lighted handle. It is lit when in the on position. Right next to it is a small red light that comes on when the gas goes out. I get 3 small clicks from the heater and the small light goes out. Heater is on gas. My electric switch is outside behind the vent cover. Bottom left corner. Small black on off switch I leave the electric switch off. You can run the heater on both gas and electric if you wish,
cavie 09/21/19 09:23pm Tech Issues
RE: WFCO WF-8725 - How Do I Add Another Circuit/Breaker

you can add the ground wire to an existing ground wire slot. 2 wires under the screw is code compliant.
cavie 09/20/19 11:08am Tech Issues
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