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RE: Privacy Awning Pros, Cons

As mentioned it will keep some of the sun off the mat area under the awning. It can also stop some of the breeze you might get. All depends on the direction the wind comes and which way you are parked. Usually the view is not totally blocked but is at least filtered. They are not usually used for short term parking.
dalenoel 09/19/19 11:00am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Handy Hints, Gadgets, Products & Gizmos

Was thinking about this thread just the other day and realizing I hadn't seen anything new. I haven't done it yet, but I'm considering a motion-activated light near the door for when we forget to leave our porch light on. It may have to be one that we remove when we are on the road. Does anyone have a good idea for this? We installed a battery operated motion light From Amazon while still in Florida and it has stayed on for the trip to MI and a thousand miles since. One was installed just above the keyhole and the other in the stepwell of the DP. It only comes on when you get close and does not stay on long. Just enough to get things unlocked.
dalenoel 09/12/19 08:22am General RVing Issues
RE: Fuel economy

Average 5000 miles per year at 65 or below. 8.5-9mpg while using Flying J on the truck side, DP. With the toad I can't always get out on the car side but get another 3% back with my AARP Visa so it is another $75 back per year. Don't worry about economy but watch the Silverleaf and see what it is tracking on mileage. We stop every couple hundred miles for the dog and I. Fill up at or before half since we are stopping anyway.
dalenoel 09/10/19 09:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do you leave plugged into shore power...?

Keep it plugged in but check batteries monthly
dalenoel 09/04/19 10:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Slides - Monaco & Holiday Ramblers Owners

Had minimal damage on the flush floor and installed the Guardian Plates last summer. Went easy once you get over the fear of doing it. Popping the rivets is the hardest item. Don't wait as the rot can move quickly.
dalenoel 09/03/19 07:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Standby Sams

As a Standby Sam I was always ready to help anyone who might call. Never worried about the .1% of the people who would call and not be decent. Sorry the program was recently ended but it is what it is. Now I don't need to e ready to help when you have a problem.
dalenoel 08/22/19 12:12pm General RVing Issues
RE: Restrictions on older RVs.

The Zep process worked very well on my 03 Neptune. Very easy to do.
dalenoel 08/22/19 05:35am Snowbirds
RE: How do you store your power supply extension cord

Each of my 50's fit in their own milk crate
dalenoel 08/17/19 08:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: snowbirding

If you want to be near Mobile AL then in Theodore a very good park is "All About Relaxing". Great hosts and owners. Much to do in the area on the island and the battleship visits. All About Relaxing
dalenoel 08/11/19 06:37pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Good Sam Standby Sams

Got rid of my patches and stickers today. GBS good bye.
dalenoel 07/25/19 10:09am General RVing Issues
RE: Good Sam Standby Sams

I've answered 4 times on the "Be My Eyes' app and helped in ways I never would have thought.
dalenoel 07/24/19 02:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: What is going on!!!!!!!!!

I had a Jayco TT that did the same thing. Added a shutoff valve on the overflow line. Opened when filling and closed after full.
dalenoel 07/18/19 10:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Door stop--or whatever its called

You will find alot of detail on this part in the Monaco Facebook pages. I replaced mine with a shock and it works great. My old hinge would let the door get open and then not be able to close unless I touched it by hand. That was a pain.
dalenoel 07/08/19 06:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water hose storage??

Friends use this holder. Stromburg
dalenoel 07/08/19 05:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Length restricted rv parks

I have not seen any parks advertise a length limitation but if you look at the site there may not be any that are empty that will fit a rig of that size. They may have one or two but you may also never be able to get one of those. There is a Michigan State Park that has 5 sites that are good for 40 foot but you would never make the turn at the end of the row if anyone else is in the park.
dalenoel 07/05/19 04:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 12v not working

Helped a friend with slide in camper and we found a GFI way underneath in the rear. Did not look tripped but I tripped it and then reset. From that point on all worked. Saved calling a RV Tech out to the campground.
dalenoel 07/04/19 02:10am Tech Issues
RE: RV Dump Station App

sanidumps on the app sites
dalenoel 07/02/19 07:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: Home monitoring system?

Why bother with all this monitoring. I like to also know what is going on in an around the house. If there is an intruder I'll have my son, 4 doors down, board up the windows or door when the perps leave. Don't want him going in when they are there. The rest is insured. Alexa will even notify me if there is a loud noise and I can then see what is happening. Two Echo units still running covers the house. Cameras cover the doors and windows. Doorbell camera gives what is outside and if they shoveled the snow. I can also see if we want to come home yet.
dalenoel 06/21/19 05:31pm Technology Corner
RE: Lake Superior Circle (September 2020) Reservations?

Some of the campgrounds close as of Labor Day. We did the trip in August and had no problems except most of the areas were almost empty. I'd make reservations to be sure they are open.
dalenoel 06/13/19 07:47am Roads and Routes
RE: 50 AMP and plugging in at home

... Final note.. I know the TT-30 (30 amp) Outlet looks a lot like a 240 volt Big, Black, Large blades. MANY Electricians hired to install one will think that too. And blow all your electronics It is 120 volt. Says so right on the outlet. Had a friend just get this done by a licensed electrician and is now having the RV, brand new, fixed since it was 240V and not 120V. Question the electrician as to what he is installling and then double check with your own VOM.
dalenoel 06/06/19 05:35pm Class A Motorhomes
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