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RE: Digital Thermostat Cuts on AC During Freezing Weather

I agree with Dodge Guy. When I first got my present TT I set the thermostat to AUTO instead of simply Hot or Cold. When the heater came on, it would heat enough to turn on the air conditioner. Not talking about the auto setting for the fan, just the temp setting.
starlord 02/28/20 06:19pm Travel Trailers
RE: What kind of RPM's do you get? What about MPG?

I have a 05 E350 van with the 6.0 diesel (yes, it's been de-Forded) and I tow a 35 Ft. Travel trailer all over the country. I typically get around 13 mpg and hit around 1500 rpm on the flat and 2300 to 2800 going up hills(the higher end in the mountains).
starlord 02/07/20 06:31pm Towing
RE: Hey Y'all! Have a noob question!

Just to add another thought. If it's only for weekends as you say, until you plan on longer stays, why don't you just go get a cassette toilet to take with you on those weekends? That way, you wouldn't have to worry about the main toilet at all.
starlord 01/04/20 06:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hey Y'all! Have a noob question!

If it were me, I would fill the tank with water and dump it before leaving it for any length of time. The odor pods (or liquid) will not last for longer than a week or so and you also run the risk of the solids in the tank starting to adhere to each other and forming something you'll play heck trying to get out.
starlord 01/03/20 06:43pm Travel Trailers
RE: Flying J and Pilot moving toward B20 diesel?

$4000.00, that's how much it cost me to fix everything bio screwed up on my vehicle so when everything goes to bio, I guess I'll have to quit driving my vehicle. In case you're wondering, 2005 6.0 Ford motor in a van...delaminated the fuel tank which took out the fuel pump and several injectors also, NOT supposed to run any bio of any percentage in the system (or so Ford tells me).
starlord 12/21/19 06:54pm Tech Issues
RE: Towing with a 3500 Van

I don't think any of the new vans can tow very much weight.
starlord 09/05/19 06:35pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Harbor Freight solar working great!!

I use one panel and a charge controller to keep my battery charged in storage. Seems to work pretty good to keep the battery full while I'm not using it (also keeps me from having to take the battery out and put it on a trickle charger for months).
starlord 08/17/19 06:17pm Travel Trailers
RE: DISH loss of signal

Dish had a software update a few weeks ago for problems in the Wally. They posted how to do the update.
starlord 07/05/19 05:13pm Technology Corner
RE: Two Air Conditioners

Lived in a 35 footer with 50 amp, two air conditioners for over a year in San Antonio. Quite a few days in the summer were 100+ and the main air conditioner DID NOT run constantly and the bedroom one only came on periodically. That being said, try to put the refer section in some shade...especially if it is in a slide out.
starlord 06/11/19 06:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: satelte entena

They make a mount to put them on a trailer ladder, but to mount it permanently would not work since they have to point a certain direction to start with.
starlord 06/09/19 06:27pm Technology Corner
RE: Oxygenics Shower Head

Yes, the Fury is what I was referring to. In reference to some of the comments made above, I also have a six gallon water tank and tend to take longer hotter showers to sooth an old achy body but with the water reducer switch on the shower and turning it to off on the shower head to soap up, I have never run out of hot water.
starlord 05/20/19 06:48pm Tech Issues
RE: Oxygenics Shower Head

Yes, but their newer variable spray pattern one is even better, still a stronger spray but just like the multi pattern ones you put in the house.
starlord 05/19/19 07:08pm Tech Issues
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