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RE: US to require COVID Testing for International Flyers

It says you need to test negative 3 days before flying, so you would not be able to fly on shorter notice. First, a "clicky": https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/airline-news/2021/01/12/covid-test-required-international-passengers-flying-into-us/6640424002/ Wonder if that is WITHIN 3 days, rather than 3 days prior to flight? That would make more sense.
wolfe10 01/13/21 06:03am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Heart Interface converter/inverter/charger

Indeed, something is WRONG. That inverter/charger should maintain "float level" voltage forever. Voltage depends on what you have programmed in (dip switches or remote panel). All the boats/RV's I have had with that unit over they years has done exactly that.
wolfe10 01/13/21 05:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heater keeps dying

Are you plugged into shore power (to keep the batteries charged)? The furnace runs on 12 VDC. Low voltage can impact operation.
wolfe10 12/09/20 12:55pm Tech Issues
RE: Interpreting Caster Alignment Specs

I would go for higher end of spec-- period. So, perhaps 5 degrees left side, 5.5 degrees right side (difference to account for road crown)
wolfe10 12/04/20 09:37am Class C Motorhomes
RE: inspection

Someone familiar with what you are looking at (chassis, drive train as well as house) look over your potential next coach is one of the best investments you can make. To make the experience worthwhile, YOU need to be there, wearing old clothes so you can "see what he sees". He can put your hands on that chaffed hose, can show you what electrical connections need to be cleaned/tightened. There are many things that can not be covered in a written report. Without knowing your skill and interest level (vs I just right a check for it), he can not help guide you on what needs to be done right now/what can wait. What is within your skill set and interest level and what should be hired out.
wolfe10 12/03/20 07:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cummins ISB 5.9 Cranks but no fire-ECM power.

I had a 95 Safari with the Cummins 5.9 And had to replace the injector pump, mine was the old mechanical style, lift pumps provide the volume of fuel from the tank, but the injection pump supplies the pressure needed turn that fuel into vapor when sprayed into the cylinder, I think you lack fuel, not enough going into the cylinder to properly combust, My insufficient knowledge says the spray goes in to meet the hot compressed intake air already in the chamber, meaning lots of pressure is need from the injector pump, my memory might be faulty, need to hear from Wolf or other more knowledge diesel person Very good. A slightly different way of looking at it: The temperature needed for combustion (to cause an explosion when diesel is injected) is straight from the IDEAL GAS LAW. PV=nRT. With the diesel's high compression, high temperatures are reached as those molecules are made to live in 1/17 to 1/20 of their "normal" space. And, rather than wanting high intake air temperatures, diesels are equipped with a CAC (Charge Air Cooler) as cool air is denser (more molecules per cylinder full). Then they "squeeze" those molecules to raise the temperature for combustion. And, yup, most use a turbo to force even more molecules of air (oxygen is the important part) into the intake and cylinder.
wolfe10 12/03/20 06:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is there any difference in DRIVING a gas class A vs diesel?

Gas engines now have transmission braking also Yes modern transmissions in gasoline chassis now have the ability to downshift to give raise engine RPM to produce braking HP. But, don't confuse it with a transmission brake= transmission retarder which has massively more braking HP.
wolfe10 12/02/20 08:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cummins LP generator

Please tell us what year and model you have. Is the propane regulator internal to the generator or outside? Supplied from the tank liquid or vapor port? How many hours on it? When did it last run correctly?
wolfe10 11/30/20 02:59pm Tech Issues
RE: Refridgerator is acting bizarre

Did the PC board get wet??? Water plus electronics= bizarre behavior.
wolfe10 11/29/20 12:03pm Tech Issues
RE: Border Restrictions Until Late December

However, US citizens can freely cross in both directions with no issues. Based on the link, this sure seems contradictory to me. Maybe a new definition to what is classified as "essential vs non-essential travel"??? And, assume this is referring to the U.S. Mexico border, not the U.S. Canada border (both were mentioned in the link).
wolfe10 11/25/20 05:00pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Burnt wires in power distribution panel

Odds are they are all loose or were before you tightened them. Loose connections = higher resistance = high temps = burnt wires. I agree. MUCH more likely that a random power surge causing the excessive heat that destroyed the insulation on all of them. Sorry, in my post one letter incorrect made my post on page one confusing/contradictory. First sentence of my reply--I agreed with his conclusion (did then, still do!). But, the "that" in the next sentence should have been "THAN", as "that" contradicts my agreeing with his statement. Thanks, fat fingers. SO: Here is what my post should have said: "I agree. MUCH more likely THAN a random power surge causing the excessive heat that destroyed the insulation on all of them." Again, sorry for the confusion.
wolfe10 11/25/20 01:45pm Tech Issues
RE: Burnt wires in power distribution panel

Yup, tightening all the screws in ATS and main 120 VAC distribution panel are part of a routine annual maintenance!
wolfe10 11/24/20 02:19pm Tech Issues
RE: Burnt wires in power distribution panel

Odds are they are all loose or were before you tightened them. Loose connections = higher resistance = high temps = burnt wires. I agree. MUCH more likely that a random power surge causing the excessive heat that destroyed the insulation on all of them.
wolfe10 11/24/20 01:55pm Tech Issues
RE: Air bags on a Class A gasser

We REALLY need to wait for the OP to tell us what chassis and coach they have. Any other facts you have on your coach would assist in getting good answers: age, miles, what else has been changed on the suspension, axle weights, etc. Barring that, we could give 10 suggestions that don't apply to their coach for every one who guessed correctly. Could lead you in circles!
wolfe10 11/23/20 06:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can you buy new what CA rents

Yes, the rental companies (PROPERLY) subscribe strongly to the KISS theory. Most appropriate for the vast majority of renters who are first timers.
wolfe10 11/21/20 07:55am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class A motorhomes with a Ford V10 Chassis

In a word, NO. One of the more reliable gasoline engines ever used in an RV.
wolfe10 11/19/20 03:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Burner Tube Air Adjustments on new Dometic Appliances?

Interesting. Kind of eliminates resetting mixture for altitude. Said another way the proper "air shutter" setting/air/fuel mixture at our house (elevation 27') is WAY OFF from where we spend many summers in Angel Fire NM at 8,700'.
wolfe10 11/18/20 09:22am Tech Issues
RE: Two Medical Crises their Resolution and Costs

Doesn't anyone get it? In order to get reduced medical prices you have to pay for it one way or the other. If you live where the prices are reduced your taxes will be much different. But, do we have to include the cost of all the drug ads on TV, all the health care provider ads on TV................? Not sure any of those contribute anything to health care except COST.
wolfe10 11/16/20 11:52am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: 1994 Safari Serengeti DP

Clicky: https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/rvs/d/orangevale-1994-safari-serengeti-diesel/7226736317.html
wolfe10 11/16/20 11:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How to test rv converter?

12.6 means you're charged. Is the solar doing that? Yes, 12.6 is an OK reading for a fully charged battery AT REST. But, it is not OK for a properly working charger.
wolfe10 11/14/20 12:54pm Tech Issues
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