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RE: Not given site reserved

You have no control over what anyone does, but you have control of what you do! Personally I would never stay there again. I've been in the "service" business my whole career and we were taught:If you please a customer, they may tell 2 or 3 people...if you displease a customer, they will tell everyone! Good luck in reaching a "resolve" in this most unpleasant event.
dannytas 04/12/14 08:55pm General RVing Issues
RE: My LED Strip Install

Job well done! I like how you brought the wire through the refer vent. Very clean installation. Thanks for sharing. :)
dannytas 04/09/14 06:26pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Rear TT Storage Box

Time to break out the welder. :)
dannytas 04/09/14 06:12pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: How long should the break-away brake cable be?

To add to the good advice already given, I was always tought to connect the break away cable to the TVs frame, not the hitch in case of a hitch failure. That is what I learned also. We all must have the same teacher!! :C
dannytas 04/09/14 05:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: NHTSA Safety Recall

How/where can I find my manufacture date?
dannytas 04/09/14 05:21pm Travel Trailers
RE: battery

Our Keystone Springdale...white-ground, black-positive
dannytas 04/09/14 04:23pm Travel Trailers
RE: fire extinguishers: how many and where?

one in the trailer, one in the front storage, one in the back storage, one inside the truck and one in the tool bed box. Never can have too many fire extinguishers!
dannytas 04/06/14 07:55pm General RVing Issues
RE: The biggest problem with boondocking is . . . .

When we take that last turn on the back roads........and we see someone in 'our' spot. Yes--I feel your pain on that one. Everytime, DW and I are hopeing that no one is in that particular spot. Other wise plan B. The next one...:(
dannytas 04/02/14 06:30pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: inverter hook-up

I don't get it...:h....is it a 3500 or 2300 watt inverter?? I'm always amazed at how something that seems so plain to the writer can be misunderstood by a reader. No offense intended, BoonHauler. I meant I thought I had a 3500 watt inverter, but it is instead a 2300 watt inverter. The mind comment has more to do with my failing memory and the joys of the "golden years"! Can somebody say "Amen!" ...AMEN!!!
dannytas 03/31/14 03:36pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Bypassing the converter

Don and everyone else...thanks!!!! :D
dannytas 03/31/14 03:23pm Travel Trailers
RE: Bypassing the converter

Hi, When the inverter is on there may be an "overhead" of up to 2.5 amps per hour. That doesn't sound like much--but in ten hours it amounts to 25 amp-hours. If you don't need the inverter it is best to turn it right off. I went one step farther and have disconnect switches on the dc input to the inverter. Hey Don, did you run the dc disconnect switches to the inside of your trailer, so that you wouldn't have to go outside? What size wire did you use and did you put the switch on the positive side?
dannytas 03/30/14 11:04am Travel Trailers
RE: You all deserve a big applause !

Me too!!! That's what I like about forums, you get all kinds of opinions and just choose one that fits your needs. Remembering that not all opinions are "bad", they just might not be useful or apply to the way you camp. Above all, everyone is entitled to they opinions. Camp on!! :D
dannytas 03/30/14 10:52am Travel Trailers
RE: Bypassing the converter

This is very interesting. All my lights are 12v. If I plug my trailer into the inverter and turn off the converter, will my lights just draw power from the batteries? Have I got the understanding or am I lost? One other thing, I have an AIMS 3500 MSW with 2 outlets. Each outlet puts out 1500 watts. Would plugging the shore power into only one of the outlets still deplete the batteries as fast as using all 3500. I guess I'm trying to ask: will I only draw the amount of watts that I am using (for the appliance) or am I drawing the full 1500 watts by just being plugged into the outlet? Thanks Don for the information that you gave me.
dannytas 03/28/14 07:09pm Travel Trailers
RE: typical 1 hour project...right!

The video is quite amusing an experienced plumber would have seen that issue coming. The person making the video did not do a good job of reviewing the job. I'm not sure I see the benefit of watching a video of someone who does not know what they are doing? ...maybe just learning from someone's mistakes. I do the same thing. I just don't video it. :) I get your point if the intent was to make the video for comedy purposes and laughs that's fine. But if the intent was to show how to install a faucet the video is lacking real substance. I agree with you, Lantley. I'm sure that there are better videos that "teach" how to replace faucets in RVs. The ones that are straight forward with no mistakes by knowable people. I went through at least 4 different youtube videos before I found one that actually taught me how to rebuild my rototiller's 5hp briggs engine. Some of the videos were funny, most not informative, but a couple useful. :D
dannytas 03/17/14 02:14pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: typical 1 hour project...right!

The video is quite amusing an experienced plumber would have seen that issue coming. The person making the video did not do a good job of reviewing the job. I'm not sure I see the benefit of watching a video of someone who does not know what they are doing? ...maybe just learning from someone's mistakes. I do the same thing. I just don't video it. :)
dannytas 03/15/14 11:22pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Before you accept an exchange 20# propane bottle

Hey guys, not to hyjack this post, but what do you do with the outdated tanks? I thought that I would exchange them for newer ones, but if there are not accepted, what to do?
dannytas 03/15/14 10:31pm General RVing Issues
Windows XP

Has anyone else heard that Windows XP is reaching it's "end of life" on April 8th 2014. What I read was that Microsoft will no longer support WXP from that date on. This is the link http://www.komando.com/tips/12200/what-windows-xps-end-of-life-means-for-you The only reason I mention this is because my laptop is running XP.
dannytas 03/11/14 05:03pm Technology Corner
RE: WDH storage

Put that one on the list...
dannytas 03/09/14 11:25am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Portable Toilet/Tent??

This is what we used while camping in the pop-up. This "tent" had a shower on one side and we kept the cassette toliet on the other. http://i1210.photobucket.com/albums/cc416/dannytas/Camping%20and%20Trips/Pipi/iPhonephotos064_zps2b74d0ac.jpg height=310 http://i1210.photobucket.com/albums/cc416/dannytas/Camping%20and%20Trips/Pipi/iPhonephotos065_zpse0f62304.jpg height=310
dannytas 03/06/14 10:44am General RVing Issues
RE: It's a plot.

Yep, that's where it all ends...
dannytas 03/06/14 10:28am General RVing Issues
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