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RE: Water leak

Is the pump running more. Turn it off and wait. Also it could be grey water.
MountainAir05 01/16/22 07:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shower Remodel

We did a custom one from shower. The one in the RV got a crack and the issue was they were too big or too small and they were cheaper made that we we took out. It was made to fit the space and work out great. We ordered it and when we had all the stuff in including a new faucet, rip out the old and put in the new one with new pex pluming and everything. We like it so much order one for the home and did the same. Been 6 years and not one issue. It will be somewhat heaver than what you take out. The walls are 1/2 inch and the pan is heavy but made well. Don't think that you will see a Resale valve. Just out of pocket cost.
MountainAir05 01/16/22 04:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Georgie boy pursuit

Seems to me you have already did the research and found the issues. Stress cracks means that the welds at the frame are weak, or not correct. There are better build units out there.
MountainAir05 01/15/22 01:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water heater

if you have blue pex water line in from your water supply then disconnect if it does not have a shut off and either pump RV antifreeze thru to each hot water outlet. Or disconnect same line and low pressure air and turn on each hot water line to it run air not water. When done put in a little RV antifreeze in tank if using air. I put in inline shut off valves so once winterized no fresh water got back into it. Get the water out now or you will be in for a lot of $$$$. manual
MountainAir05 01/14/22 09:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cb anntennas

Just get a top loaded antenna and you do not have to worry about a separate ground. It gets its ground thru the coax. Make sure you tune it using a swr meter.
MountainAir05 01/08/22 08:57am Technology Corner
RE: Class A window seals

I am in South Carolina Are you going to fix it or have someone do it.
MountainAir05 01/07/22 10:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1994 Holiday Rambler Endeavor 30CB

Pulling might require on the place to plan to stay. Older units would be finding the parts for the chassis as needed.
MountainAir05 01/02/22 05:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Storing With or Without Full Gas Tank

I fill it full when I come back every time.
MountainAir05 12/29/21 04:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air-conditioner availability

I just log in to my Amazon account and it show a heat pump one is on hand and ready to ship. Might be different when it click order. With whats going on in this world , you can never tell. PPL motorhomes parts show they have them also.
MountainAir05 12/16/21 08:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: I need a new shifter cable for my 1992 Rockwood

Take it out and go to your local boat shop and they can make you one. Call some before you run to them. If not look on-line. Have replace many that was made to fit. You also have some good RV places around you and just a tad North of Houston. Just called a friend at the auto parts store and they have kits, that you make by adding a end. You must have your old one in hand to get the right length. Do not lose your fitting since you most likely will re-use them.
MountainAir05 12/16/21 08:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Better handling

Might want to read this on the Chf. Have run across some that did this and the cost for repair was not nice. If you are having an issue then fix it the right way and enjoy it far longer and a nicer ride. front end alignment and correct air pressure will make a big difference. You might add that tires can and do cause a lot of handing issues. CHF fix
MountainAir05 11/27/21 05:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: A/C Issues??

Have you check the inside of the ducts to ensure that the tape has not come loose and the air is spilling out above the ceiling.
MountainAir05 11/20/21 05:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

Lets see if you get lucky. Many times those push on air line connections leak. Something that works sometimes is to remove the line from the fitting, and snip off 1/4 inch then reinsert. The nylon tubing gets a compression ring in it over time. If the internals of the valve are leaking this wont help. How many wires are connected to the switch. BTW, it is not a switch but an electrically controlled pneumatic actuator If you had read from the beginning you would have saw that it is a air valve only, no electrically at all.
MountainAir05 11/18/21 05:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jam nuts & extenders

or these jam nuts
MountainAir05 11/17/21 06:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: A/C Issues??

measure the temp outlet. Are these duct or not. Do you have same fan speed set on both and is outlet the same amount of air out the vent.
MountainAir05 11/15/21 04:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Back up camera trouble

you can connect the camear to a tv input or other source.
MountainAir05 11/14/21 07:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chassis battery charging when parked

Most due but some do not. When you plug into shore power or generator due you have the 14 volts on all the battery then. If not check voltage on the inverter/converter output. Could have trip or gone bad. If good then maybe a bad battery. Put a regular charge on the battery and see if it charges up then voltage drops. Also if wet cell you can check cell voltgage and use a battery hydrometer tester to check each cell. If you have not been using the battery or not keeping them charge they could be sulfated. I de-dulfate my wet cell battery once a year. Newer smart charge, most have that re-new or de-dulfate cycle on them. Takes about 4 hours per battery. You need to take them out of the system to do it. Remove the caps, and put a wet rag over the open cells.
MountainAir05 11/12/21 11:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2008 Allegro 35QBA chassis battery

Look on page 7.4 IN your owners manual.
MountainAir05 11/11/21 11:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: You're kidding...Right?

110 is way to hight. Our 38 was 85/95. I had a heavy couch.
MountainAir05 11/10/21 02:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: MAJOR short on a 2006 newmar essex

Think you have a control failure. A short and you would not have anything electrical working. Try these links. There were several recall on this. Its a old system and no repair that I have found, just remove and go without or put in another system. Its was a monitoring system that did not last long. Too long ago to remember all the issues. Seems like you could turn it all off and take the power off it. The first link might have that info. Eplex #2 thanks for the information;;Iam leaning more towards a grounding problem once i find out what the #293 module is It may help me some also also the on board security system started going on all by itself when this first happened the unit was running and it locked the door while they were outside the coach while it was running ;;luckly it also resets itself Sounds like you got some water inside a sensor or relays. If the relays are not seal which sound like they are not, then you can take apart and dried out. Hopefully it will dry out fast. Leave the battery disconnect for 30 + minutes if you do a reset again.
MountainAir05 11/10/21 07:33am Class A Motorhomes
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