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RE: Want to add solar battery charger for storage use

Save your money, charge the batteries fully and disconnect the ground battery cable. Batteries will not lose their charge.
garym114 05/22/20 12:11am Toy Haulers
RE: Power gear hyd levelers low power

Bearings on the leveling motor go bad. If your reservoir and motor are behind the front grill water can get to the motor bearings. Mine started squealing, replaced the motor.
garym114 05/03/20 07:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Modified Sine wave inverter for seldom used microwave

Many still use a modified sine wave inverter, no problem there. Just know the microwave will be producing less heat.
garym114 04/28/20 04:23pm Tech Issues
RE: Battery charge

Your charger should supply a float voltage of around 13.2 -13.4 volts for a lead acid battery. If that 12.5 voltage was measured with the charger on and the battery connected the float voltage is to low from your charger.
garym114 04/17/20 02:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: honeywell thermostat

You will need two thermostats. Wire the heat controls to just one.
garym114 04/15/20 08:35am Tech Issues
RE: Dash AC

The F53 chassis has no vacuum system. the chassis makers have to add one to operate the heating/ac dash vent system. This system consists of a small 12v vacuum pump and a small vacuum tank and associated vacuum hoses that go to the dash controls. If there is no vacuum the default vent path is through the defrosters. Check all these vacuum lines around the pump and tank, usually under the hood in front.
garym114 04/15/20 08:32am Tech Issues
RE: Brother Printer - DRAFT or Fast Mode

Install the drivers from Brother. https://support.brother.com/g/b/downloadtop.aspx?c=us&lang=en&prod=mfcj480dw_us_eu_as You will not need to remove the drivers Win 10 gives you.
garym114 04/08/20 01:13pm Technology Corner
RE: Hot Spot

Data from your carrier is used for a hotspot, with a weak or no data connection a phone hotspot will not work. When you turn on your phones hotspot the phones WIFI turns off.
garym114 04/06/20 08:58am Technology Corner
RE: Batteries on of off

Just disconnect the batteries, no need for shore power. Disconnect by removing the ground cable.
garym114 03/24/20 06:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Big Oak River Camp, Camp Wood, TX refused to return deposit

Their Policy: Cancellation/Refund Policy: Cancellations more than 30 days before scheduled check-in date will receive 50% refund. Cancellations less than 30 days from scheduled check in date will forfiet payment received.
garym114 03/18/20 04:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Ford F-53 Polyurethane Sway Bar Bushing Part Number Needed

See here, he is a member in irv2. Replaced my rears in 06, just finished doing the fronts. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-F53-Class-A-Motorhome-FRONT-REAR-Sway-Bar-Bushings-1999-2011/282058157052?hash=item41abf9ebfc:g:9bUAAMXQ83xSETZn polyurethane bushings
garym114 02/24/20 01:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Built in Trickle charger on AC unit

Get a decent digital volt meter and you can see for yourself.
garym114 02/23/20 08:46am Beginning RVing
RE: Your Favorite Browser?

Moved to the new version of Edge. Google is quick to point out the flaws in other browsers but Chrome has its problems too. Google Just Gave Millions Of Users A Reason To Quit Chrome
garym114 02/21/20 09:49pm Technology Corner
RE: Is A New 2018 Still New?

Lead acid batteries that have sit for a long time fully discharged might able to be charged up again but they will never have full capacity or be fully charged. Make sure they didn't come from the floods in south Texas.
garym114 02/21/20 09:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Welding outlet with 50 amp rv outlet

Go to http://www.myrv.us/electric/ select welder service on the left to see options
garym114 02/18/20 10:13pm Toy Haulers
RE: 1996 Bounder Batteries

The bounder may have had two 6v batteries and a 12 volt chassis battery. 6v will be series wired to the 12v house system.
garym114 02/17/20 01:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class-A Boondocking mods - but not those kind

I added 4 more 6 volt batteries to store the power.
garym114 02/12/20 08:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Xantrex Freedom 458 issues

Which remote controller do you have? Basic controller setup you can set amp hours of your battery bank, power share and equalize. I have a Link 1000 controller which can do much more than this but it is out of production, same thing for the Link 2000. May just need a new basic controller, around $150
garym114 02/09/20 10:10am Tech Issues
RE: Why do my emails disappear?

Most phones have an email setting similar to ' days of email to sync'. This means these are the only emails brought to your phone. They are still online, just not brought to the phone, change the sync time if you wish. Not sure about iphones but for Microsoft accounts, if you delete them using the phone they are deleted online. MS accounts, if they are past the sync days go to https://outlook.live.com/mail to see old emails.
garym114 02/09/20 09:41am Technology Corner
RE: wiring a 30 Amp Power Outlet 30A Circuit Breaker {{UPDATE}}

With the garage being 100 feet away you should be using wire greater than the normal 10 gauge for 30 amps. The wire will probably be in conduit so go to a 8 or 6 gauge wire run from the garage. This is not considering the length of wire from your new box to the RV. Voltage drop 100 feet, 10 AGW wire at 20 amp load is 4.1 volts 100 feet, 10 AGW wire at 30 amp load is 6.1 volts 100 feet, 8 AGW wire at 20 amp load is 2.6 volts 100 feet, 6 AGW wire at 20 amp load is 1.6 volts Use a local ground pole. wiring it up, select 30 amp service on the left. http://www.myrv.us/electric/
garym114 02/08/20 09:00am Tech Issues
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