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RE: Washer issue driving me nuts

Is the dryer vented to outside? if so, has it been cleaned? Have you checked the washer drain vent?
enblethen 02/02/23 11:06am General RVing Issues
RE: No 110 Volts to Hot Water Heater Element

Your Honda genset has a floating neutral. Your reading between element and frame can be missing leading. For my inverter genset, I made a plug cheater that ties the neutral and ground together. It is inserted into the duplex receptacle.
enblethen 02/02/23 07:36am Tech Issues
RE: No 110 Volts to Hot Water Heater Element

Do all the 120-volt receptacles and appliances work? If they work, try this. Water heater is normally on its own breaker. Try resetting the breaker. Turn it off applying light pressure toward off then turn it on.
enblethen 02/01/23 06:39pm Tech Issues
RE: No 110 Volts to Hot Water Heater Element

Where is the Plug? The thermostat for the water heater normally has a red reset button. It is a bi-metal type.
enblethen 02/01/23 01:05pm Tech Issues
RE: No 110 Volts to Hot Water Heater Element

The outside switch is or should be 120-volts AC. Are you one AC or DC scale?
enblethen 02/01/23 12:46pm Tech Issues
RE: No 110 Volts to Hot Water Heater Element

Have you tested the 120-volt control switch? It sends power to the coil of the relay.
enblethen 02/01/23 12:11pm Tech Issues
RE: No 110 Volts to Hot Water Heater Element

Manual. Manual Yes, there is relay
enblethen 02/01/23 11:56am Tech Issues
RE: No 110 Volts to Hot Water Heater Element

Some have two switches. one outside and one inside. Make and model of water heater would help!
enblethen 02/01/23 10:14am Tech Issues
RE: New Orleans

We didn't stay as long as you are planning. We stayed at Bayou Segnette SP. We did not find the conditions that bad. Many things to visit around the area doing day-trippiong.
enblethen 01/30/23 10:32am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New here! 1986 Holiday Rambler Alternator

You should be able to get replacement locally without too much trouble. I would be looking for one with at least 90-amp output. If you haven't done so, get a new set of belts at the same time. NAPA is very pricey! I would take to a location that performs alternator bench testing. O'Reilly's and AutoZone offer this service. Around here they can get replacement within a day or so. Both offer lifetime guarantees on some.
enblethen 01/30/23 07:45am General RVing Issues
RE: Roadmaster tow bar question

When you say arms, do you mean the towbar or the portion you insert it to the fixed portion of the baseplate?
enblethen 01/29/23 11:22am Dinghy Towing
RE: Roadmaster tow bar question

Roadmaster Falcon towbar Adapters are available for other bars. etrailer I copied this from etrailer "Note: Roadmaster direct-connect base plates will only work with Roadmaster tow bars that slide into a trailer hitch, such as the Sterling, Blackhawk, Blackhawk 2, Falcon, or Falcon 2. These base plates will not work with tow bars that require a hitch ball."
enblethen 01/29/23 07:29am Dinghy Towing
RE: Norcold N611 acting odd, affected by interior coach lights

Your converter could be the problem. You need good 12-volts DC to refer. The converter or shore power is not providing proper power so the refer is cycling to propane. Verify voltage to the refer with a good meter. Try to listen for clicking while testing voltage. This needs to be done in outside access to refer. It is possible that circuit for the refer is failing. I somewhat do not think it is failing.
enblethen 01/28/23 05:03pm Tech Issues
RE: Generator question

Think hard about location and where your living space is. Gensets even quieter ones can be a pain!
enblethen 01/25/23 09:06pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Can you name that sound (squeaking)?

Water has "lubricated" your problem. Dry suspension bushings would be my guess at this time.
enblethen 01/25/23 07:15am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Help me plan my trip! North Dakota (TRNP) & Minnesota (VNP)

Roosevelt National Park have campgrounds on both north and south units. Best place to look for information is NPS.
enblethen 01/24/23 07:45am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Wall socket Power in forward bedroom off

try turning off all circuit breakers in the rig applying light pressure toward off, then turn on main breaker (if equipped) followed by branch breakers one at a time. How are you connecting to the rig? 30 or 50 amp? any adapters?
enblethen 01/23/23 08:21pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Wall socket Power in forward bedroom off

Most lighting in rigs is 12-volts DC. You won't be looking for fuses and not circuit breaker. Chance that the power umbilical cord under the slide has pulled loose.
enblethen 01/23/23 08:04pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Magic Chef Stove identify

What is the name of the parts you are looking for?
enblethen 01/23/23 01:09pm Tech Issues
RE: Magic Chef Stove identify

You might check with Colaw for parts.
enblethen 01/22/23 01:55pm Tech Issues
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