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RE: What is this? Attached to T. V.

Your photo did not show on my screen. However, the item may be a 75 ohm cable to 300 ohm, two wire flat cable, transformer. They were very common in the older TV's. That was used to connect the cable from the RV antenna to the two wire antenna input of the TV. It could also be a digital to analog converter. Today's TV broadcasts are Digital, and your tube TV would be analog. Again it connected the RV antenna to the TV's audio/video or antenna input of your TV. Your RV antenna cable should fit straight into you new TV, with out that device. It could also be a cable that goes to your RV remote speakers. If it is, a converter/adapter may be needed to connect the RV remote speakers to your new TV.
wra 06/09/22 03:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can someone help design a 5 volt circuit

What I would fear is that the five volts out of the computer may have a delay time before the five volts are available. That would cause the safety switch not to de-energize when it needs to keep the starter from turning. Another question is, where and when does the computer get its power. The five volts may not be available when it is needed. Just having a box diagram for the computer does not tell what the computer is doing, and how it does it. It is not possible for anyone to answer your question with the information given.
wra 04/23/22 01:03am Tech Issues
RE: Decal replacement

Most local sign shops can reproduce logos and images and make a peal and stick vinal that they, or you can use to replace deteriorated ones on your RV.
wra 04/05/22 07:17pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Onan starts and dies

Make sure the fuel cut off solenoid on the carb is working properly. It should allow fuel to flow when operating, and off when the engine is turned off. Check that the fuel pump in the RV gasoline tank is pumping gas to the generator.
wra 02/16/22 12:46am Tech Issues
RE: A new adventure for me.

Putting cardboard over the windows help keep the cold out.
wra 12/09/21 07:12pm Truck Campers
RE: Replacement Shower Head

I have found the stop flow hand held shower kit at medical supply stores.
wra 09/05/21 05:02pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: New Reflection 150 260RD - Running fridge while on the road

That is what it is designed to do.
wra 08/28/21 02:52pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: How to Install Fuel Pump & Gas Filter for Onan

If your Onan is an on board RV unit, make sure the fuel pump for your RV is also working properly, and there is enough fuel in the gas tank. Some Ford chassis had problems pumping gas on a hot day. The fuel pump's fins would flatten out and not pump enough fuel. Not an easy fix, as the pump is inside the RV fuel tank. USAF 65-86. (Onan maint an additional duty in mobile Sq)
wra 08/26/21 09:20pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 2018 Chevrolet Equinox battery dyeing

I had a Buick that drained the battery overnight. Testing showed no power drain on the battery. It turned out to be bad voltage regulators. After changing the alternator three times, it still did the same thing. It turned out the "new" regulators in the alternator were bad. It took over a year to solve the problem.
wra 08/26/21 09:06pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Pros and Cons of Tankless water heaters in RV

Your in florida, for home or rv use you only need to heat the water 30-40 degrees to get the temp you want, from an rv tank you may not need even that much, but as temperature range changes increase, the difficulties regulating it do as well. I have used changing water pressure less than 20 lbs to 60 lbs (a well pump system) with no problem regulating water temperature. The main point is to have only the hot water faucet turned on. Having he hot and cold water turned on provides a path for cold water to the shower head, and causes the tankless heater to have less water go through it. That situation causes the tankless heating unit to turn off prematurely, and cold water continue to flow.(burr!) The tankless heater should be set to the desired shower head water temperature. Let it do its job.
wra 07/11/21 03:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: Pros and Cons of Tankless water heaters in RV

I notice that some answers mention having no hot water and suddenly having too hot water, having to mix cold water, or needing high flow to turn unit on. All these problem are due to not having the the correct hot water unit or not having it set properly. The correct gpm flow should come on less than half a gallon per minute. The temperature should be set to the temperature desired with no mixing of cold water. That way, the water takes less time to get to the point of use, and does not waste electricity or propane heating water to temperature not needed. That is the purposes of tankless heaters; that you do NOT heat water higher than you need, as well as not keeping water hot when you are not using it. This applies to RV and stick home use.
wra 07/09/21 09:37pm General RVing Issues
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