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RE: Condensation pan is not draining?

I'm guessing clogged from mud dauber? I've had that happen in the past with several things. I'm just south of you south east Lowell.
cougar28 06/12/21 12:42pm Tech Issues
RE: Has anybody ... ?

Is the camera powered by a clearance light that blinks with the turn signal? That would be about the only thing I could think of.
cougar28 06/03/21 05:38pm Tech Issues
RE: Blackstone Griddle

Have a 22" with the cover -carried in the front compartment of the 5er. Never had a problem with it there.
cougar28 06/02/21 03:59pm General RVing Issues
RE: Torklift Glowsteps installed

I'm planning on getting a set for our fifth wheel. My wife's arthritic joints don't like the stock steps We've had our 5th wheel almost 2 years and the DW didn't like ours from the start. Steps was to far apart for her at over 9" step height. I think she's happy with them now.
cougar28 05/31/21 07:59pm Fifth-Wheels
Torklift Glowsteps installed

Received my Troklift Glowsteps this passed Tuesday and finally got around to installing them Saturday. Removing the old 3 step and installing the new Glowstep took me less than a hour doing it myself. I can say there are very though out and very very well made steps and made in the USA. Adjustability of these step are second to none! No more stepping on the steps and feeling the 5er move. Going from the 3 step with with the step 9" apart to the Glowstep 4 step at just over 7" apart the wife loves them. As seen in the pics there's no way I would have enough room in my storage to use a set of the solid steps. Then today made a set of step carpets for them. Be able to give them a full try out in about 3 weeks on our next camping trip. So far these seem to be exactly what we were wanting and looking for. https://i.imgur.com/SEyiH7Zl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/QlDB9EHl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/UbDTq0dl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/NvStZTwl.jpg
cougar28 05/31/21 05:09pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 83 30' Southwind parked on hill now won't start

. Did you check to make sure you're getting a spark? If not, check the coil and ignition module. Did you check the battery? OP said it started by pouring fuel into the carb so those wouldn't be the issue.
cougar28 05/27/21 05:32pm Tech Issues
RE: Water Heater electric element

If element is burnt out......No 120VAC acroos the black/white terminals cause element is burnt out If the element itself burns out you would still have 120v between the black and white at the terminal. The element has not control over the power feeding it. Correct me if I'm wrong.
cougar28 05/19/21 01:47pm Tech Issues
RE: Water Heater electric element

10E version uses DC to control electric and propane Element might not be bad.....could be: No DC from circuit board to the DC Relay (yellow wire should have DC when Electric is selected and water is cold) DC Relay could be bad AC wires to/from that Relay could be melted Element could be burnt out/shorted DC Relay and Element are on backside of the WH Tank under the protective cover at bottom of tank How you access depends on your RV....could be via inside a cabinet, removable panel, removable cabinet floor (removable means just stapled in place...pry it open) or even from underneath RV or panel in next compartment Check for access directly behind where water heater is installed Wiring..follow the DC https://nebula.wsimg.com/obj/RTRCMkU0RDUzQ0M1ODE3RDgxMDg6YjcxODcxNGMwMGY1YjAzODVhNjY0NWNmMTFjMTg5YzY6Ojo6OjA= height=400 width=400 https://th.bing.com/th/id/OIP.C65rPgW0XqSAXUNSeRRvQgHaEM?pid=ImgDet&rs=1 height=350 width=500 1 1/2" thin wall 6 point socket to remove element if badSo if everything is working normally but the element is burned out will I get 120v across the two terminals on the end.? Or if I take the element out will I get continuity across the two terminals at the top of a good element? Yes 120v between the two terminals.
cougar28 05/18/21 07:39pm Tech Issues
RE: Tripod for a new fifth wheel

I had and used one with my old 5er but let it go with it. Our new 5er has the 4 point auto level and don't use one or feel the need for one.
cougar28 05/15/21 01:36pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Is Facebook killing this site?

No FB here-never have and probably never will.
cougar28 05/10/21 04:09pm Around the Campfire
RE: 5th wheel tailgate

I have a Custom Flow for my 02 Ford. Good tailgates but don't use it anymore. There's times when I need the full gate and just got tired of swapping back and forth. So I just stay with the full gate and really not a big deal with my 5er.
cougar28 05/08/21 07:21pm Towing
RE: Finally a new fifth wheel

Congrats and enjoy!
cougar28 05/04/21 02:22pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Out with the grill

Wow! Well done. Thank you.
cougar28 04/25/21 10:03am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Out with the grill

Very well done! Curious as to what finish you used on the drawer. I like it. Thanks you. Rust-Oleum hammered black. Not a black as I thought it would be but pretty darn good match.
cougar28 04/25/21 10:02am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Out with the grill

Looks like some great work and a useful addition. I am curious what the purpose of the top you put on the drawer. It gets its own top as soon as you close the drawer. Thank you. Just as a little extra counter space. We us the area mostly for drinks. With my coffee maker and her countertop ice maker not a whole lot of room left. So the drawer cover with help as a pouring station when needed and underneath store my outside grilling utensils. Just got to remember don't spill the drinks or in the drawer it goes! LOL
cougar28 04/25/21 09:59am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: We are excited

Congrats to the both of you and wishing many happy miles ahead.
cougar28 04/25/21 09:49am General RVing Issues
Out with the grill

Got rid of the Capital grill in the outside kitchen that was never used. Made a drawer and used the hardware off the grill to install. https://i.imgur.com/qTYwQDhl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/TqQV91sl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/27VADHil.jpg https://i.imgur.com/kpgTTwTl.jpg
cougar28 04/25/21 05:11am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Balance Question

I would guess the tire. All tires will have a slightly heavy side some more than others.
cougar28 04/18/21 06:14pm Travel Trailers
RE: What do you use for an outdoor ground cover?

We use the Prest-O-Fit Aero-Weave and really like it and has held up very well over several years.
cougar28 04/15/21 06:59pm General RVing Issues
RE: Poop in outside sink

falcon brother, some sinks do indeed drain into the black tank. Seems to go against logic of grey/black separated tanks but its done. Seems to me some black tank drain into sinks also! LOL
cougar28 04/07/21 02:39pm Travel Trailers
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