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RE: Slide Seal Conditioner that doesn't "stink"

smarty 04/05/21 03:05pm General RVing Issues
RE: hot water rv heater

not mentioned thus far is that when you lite your hot water heater after not being used for awhile one should always check the relief valve on the hot water heater to make sure all air is purged. If no water comes out your tank is empty. DO NOT TURN THE HEATER ON. If this is the case.
smarty 04/02/21 10:25am General RVing Issues
RE: 14 Reasons You Will Regret an RV in Retirement

I have a list of 1,000 reasons why I absolutely love being retired in an RV. To each their own. Biggest mistake I see is people deciding to retire in an RV when they have spent little or no time in an RV prior to retirement.
smarty 04/02/21 09:59am RV Lifestyle
RE: Need new tires

We have similar rig, put Saline tires on ours. Have been very happy with them
smarty 03/30/21 09:46am Toy Haulers
RE: RV At Dealer for 90 Days Now for An Awning Replacement!!!!!

This is why most of us don't use RV dealerships for repairs
smarty 03/25/21 08:27am General RVing Issues
RE: Need advice on my first camper truck

The issue of SRW/DRW should be determined by the weight of your camper
smarty 03/15/21 10:42am Truck Campers
RE: Boondocking and working with no electricity

We boondock exclusively. You will be surprised to learn how long you will have to run you genny to charge your house battery to full every day.
smarty 03/15/21 10:33am Tech Issues
RE: Damage at Palo Duro Zip Line RV - Texas south of Amarillo

We live 90 miles from this area. We had near constant winds of 50 mph for 48 hours straight. Luckily our rig suffered no damage.
smarty 03/14/21 07:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: It's cold in the basement

would be helpful if you gave details of what your rig is
smarty 03/12/21 09:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where would my LP regulator leak?

Happened to me last week Ours turned out to be a missing washer in the hose that attaches to the propane tank
smarty 02/22/21 10:06am Tech Issues
RE: RV Ski Trips

run your rig up and back without any water in the lines easy to blow them out with air guessing you have a heated underbelly?
smarty 02/08/21 02:27pm Beginning RVing
RE: Dishes for RV

paper plates and only paper plates ain't washin' no stinking dishes :)
smarty 02/03/21 03:58pm Beginning RVing
RE: 3 Cheers for Us Tree Huggers...Biggest Sugar Pine Found

Has the toad lost it?
smarty 02/01/21 03:43pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: The mac daddy of bike rack overload?

Funy how some believe that simply from a picture they can evaluate whether the load is proper or not...
smarty 12/16/20 09:42am General RVing Issues
RE: Trav'ler Sat dish Problem

has your satellite dish been unused for a period of time? If so it goes to sleep and you will need to contact one of their tech people to turn it back on
smarty 12/07/20 09:44am Tech Issues
RE: Holtville LTVA fire

Glad no one was injured, including the cat!
smarty 12/03/20 09:57am General RVing Issues
RE: Salt Lake to Albuquerque on a 40 Pusher then to Florida.

Don't sweat the indians. I'd be more concerned about the NM Gov. closing down everything, which she just did. Avoid NM at all cost. They are termed native americans not indians
smarty 11/16/20 10:31am Roads and Routes
RE: Getting ready for winter

Should be right behind the panel where your fresh water hookups are. Usually has a small screen/filter that must be removed during winter else it will freeze and crack
smarty 10/14/20 10:35am Toy Haulers
RE: RV sale pending, but we found evidence of mice...

Thoroughly check all electrical functions of the rig before purchasing it to insure the mice have not eaten thru any electrical wiring. This is especially important if the rig sat unused for a period of time.
smarty 10/14/20 10:29am Beginning RVing
RE: Handling freezing temperatures

Assuming your rig is fully enclosed since it is a van? Would therefore assume your heater will keep all pipes internal to the van from freezing? Disconnect water supply before going to bed and you should be good to go? If the water supply is a "short run" you could also use a heat tape on the water line and be okay depending on how cold it gets. Could also easily wrap the line/heat tape with some type of foam pipe wrap.
smarty 10/14/20 10:27am Beginning RVing
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