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RE: Long trips

X2 what Bruce Brown said! Can't beat a diesel Class A for riding and driving comfort.
larry cad 11/26/20 08:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Very Frustrated

You probably need a multimeter to check the battery voltage, or take it to Auto Zone and they will do it for you. Could be the battery or the starter.
larry cad 11/21/20 02:44pm Tech Issues
RE: slide topper replacement ACE 30.1 2016

Just changed out the topper on my 14 ft slideout, by myself, in less than an hour. It's not really a hard job unless you make it harder than it is.
larry cad 11/12/20 04:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: spartan says they don't carry it looking for radiator

Radiator on my 2000 Spartan chassis started leaking late last year. I removed the radiator myself and took it to a local radiator shop. The completely rebuilt it for less than the radiators I found online to replace mine. I put it in and have just returned from a 6000 mile cross country journey and all is well.
larry cad 10/20/20 06:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Propane generator..

By “gas” do you mean gasoline or natural gas? If you have the option of natural gas at your house, that would be the best option. Only way I would select propane is if you heat your house with propane and have a large tank. Otherwise go with gasoline.
larry cad 10/06/20 06:23am Fifth-Wheels
RE: fuse location

You have three choices; 1. Under the dash "hood", which is the cover over top of the speedo, tach, gas gage, etc. It is screwed down from the top. 2. Fuse panel next to the 120v breaker panel. Lots more fuses in there. 3. Fuse panel in the battery compartment, in the "Intelletec" box.
larry cad 09/06/20 11:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dealers along I-4 in Florida

General RV has a big store but I've never stopped there on I4.
larry cad 07/29/20 05:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: DC power issue after installing inverter

I’m confused, if you can plug into shore power, why do you need an inverter?
larry cad 07/26/20 10:00am Tech Issues
RE: Curt Triflex Proportional Trailer Brake Controller OK?

FWIW, I recently got a Curt 51180 ECHO Bluetooth brake controller. Best part? No installation and NO wiring and it works. I love it. Bit pricey but worth it. Curt ECHO
larry cad 07/21/20 04:20pm Towing
RE: Shower clog or something else?

Hair buildup in the drain.
larry cad 07/14/20 05:15am Tech Issues
RE: Norcold refrigerator problem

Would help if you told us what model frig?
larry cad 07/14/20 05:13am Tech Issues
RE: All my GFCI outlets are dead.

Maybe they aren't wired to the inverter. It wouldn't be the first time that only some outlets have inverter power. X2
larry cad 07/12/20 05:51am Tech Issues
RE: step

Somewhere there is a fuse, usually about 25 amp, 12 volts. It may be bad. You may want to supply more information. What type of RV do you have? Are your steps made by Kwikee?
larry cad 07/12/20 05:44am Tech Issues
RE: Fleetwood American Tradition Washing Machine/Dryer Problem

Westland Sales Call Westland Sales. Tel: 1-800-356-0766 (503-656-2280) They are in Oregon and Elkhart and they will help you diagnose the problem over the phone. They are very good. Of course they can also supply the necessary parts to fix the problem if necessary.
larry cad 06/30/20 05:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: I want a pair of magic shoes!

Look at the line of Merrell Boots. I have three pair, for work, around the house, and casual dress. Slip off and on, no laces Exceptionally comfortable all day long. Lots of tread so no slip. Warm in winter, and cool in summer. Expensive, but well worth the usefulness. Don't get misled by the name, there are many styles of shoes. Strongly recommend. My son got them for me for Christmas several years ago and I'm hooked.
larry cad 06/02/20 06:22pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Electrolysis

I wish you had been working at Fleetwood when they designed my 2001 American Coach. The basement compartment walls were framed out with steel tubing and filled in with foam and plastic. Then the piece de resistance, they covered the whole bottom of the basement with a sheet of aluminum!! Talk about wizard engineering. Needless to say, the aluminum sheet and the steel framework got along well together for about 3 years and all of a sudden the steel tubing made it's way through the aluminum sheet and saw roadway and water which it sucked up and used to corrode itself away. The steel tube framework had to be completely replaced and a new bottom installed. I chose galvanized sheet this time rather than aluminum. I was talking with a Fleetwood engineer at a rally one time and asked if I could meet the guy responsible for that engineering marvel. He said, "he doesn't work for us anymore"
larry cad 05/31/20 05:54am Tech Issues
RE: Neutral lines reversed

I'm with MEX on this one but I'm going to subscribe anyway just to see where it goes.
larry cad 05/28/20 05:09am Tech Issues
RE: Another sad sign of the times.

As long as they keep proper social distance, I'm ok!
larry cad 05/06/20 05:09am General RVing Issues
RE: What happened to RV.NET?

"What happened to RV.NET?" An ancient platform, what appears to be an overloaded server or bandwidth issue, and possibly an IT department that quit continuing education when the Commodore 64 was all the rage. At least they have the consistency covered, the errors occur with Firefox, Chrome, Edge, even IE if you have that antique still installed. That is my guess. Service Temporarily Unavailable! The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later. Jakarta/ISAPI/isapi_redirector/1.2.40 Service Temporarily Unavailable! The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later. Jakarta/ISAPI/isapi_redirector/1.2.40 Apparently they are busy in Indonesia, or inept!
larry cad 05/04/20 05:10pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: What happened to RV.NET?

And it happened on a Sunday?? Wow!
larry cad 05/03/20 06:20pm Forum Posting Help and Support
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