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RE: New RV Park in the Sedona/Verde valley

There is a 412-420 site CG currently being built right at Intersection of I-17 & Hwy 260 (Right next to Southbound Lanes I-17 & Westbound Lanes of Hwy 260) Scheduled to open this fall. (August ??? ) Verde Ranch RV Resort
Old-Biscuit 07/19/19 09:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Electric brakes self adjusting?

Dexter self-adjusting do so when going forward and braking Dexter self-adjusting (as others) can be and should be manually adjusted when new or whenever hub is pulled Dexter self-adjusting as days of old use a cable from brake shoe pivot to adjuster lever on star wheel. Lever engages teeth on star wheel so to manually adjust you have to push lever out of teethe and away from star wheel then rotate star wheel while holding lever out if the way-----hence 2 open slots on bottom of backing plate
Old-Biscuit 07/19/19 06:15pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Refr Madness

1500 watt heater in the boiler costs a bit to run..... A Norcold 1200 uses two elements...each 225W for 450W total My Dometic 8 cu/ft uses one element...325W 1500W not used in absorption fridges 1400W/1440W elements ----Water Heaters
Old-Biscuit 07/19/19 09:38am Tech Issues
RE: roof air

Mildew from the FL Humidity......Evap Coil, Discharge plenum/ducts Cleaning required
Old-Biscuit 07/19/19 12:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Refr Madness

I have an 8 cu/ft Dometic....roughly $35/month ($0.15/kwh)
Old-Biscuit 07/19/19 12:07am Tech Issues
RE: What is going on!!!!!!!!!

Just drill a 1/8" hole on high point of overflow pipe.
Old-Biscuit 07/18/19 11:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need help, upgrading Dometic Analog Thermostat to Digital

My current wiring setup on my analog is: 1. Red wire +7.5 volts ------NOT USED (Cap/tape off) 2. Yellow Wire to Cool -----to A/C ("Y") 3. White Wire to Furnace ---to Furnace ("W") 4. Blue Wire to Hi Fan ---High Fan ("G") 5. Orange Wire to Low Fan ---Low Fan (Cap/Tape off) 6. Black Wire to Ground ----TO 'RC/RH' jumpered terminal
Old-Biscuit 07/18/19 09:52am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Possible power or AC issues?

Service Temporarily Unavailable
Old-Biscuit 07/17/19 01:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: Possible power or AC issues?

Autoformer boost VOLTAGE not AMPERAGE 30A Power Source A/C Unit...roughly 10-12A Water heater element....11A Converter in full charge mode...8A Yep....there goes the 30A
Old-Biscuit 07/17/19 01:37pm Travel Trailers
RE: In search of a heater !

Maybe one of these will work for you Universal Car Heaters
Old-Biscuit 07/16/19 11:27pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: 12V - 120V Norcold Fridge.

It's amazing the info that can be available WHEN a model number is provided.
Old-Biscuit 07/16/19 09:51pm Tech Issues
RE: We always unhook, even on an overnight stop

In an Emergency. I could have truck/trailer unhooked BEFORE ambulance even got there Could you do that while providing life saving care to the patient? If you even started to think "Yes" you are a disillusioned fool especially if the patient is a loved one... So many internet heroes... Guess you missed my multi-tasking post....... Get with the program. Sheesh! Some are just so easily the nose.
Old-Biscuit 07/16/19 09:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: We always unhook, even on an overnight stop

In an Emergency. I could have truck/trailer unhooked BEFORE ambulance even got there So if you significant other cut an artery, you could unhook while holding pressure on the wound until the ambulance got there? Or maybe while performing CPR if it was a heart issue? It's not always as easy as we first think. Slap a tourniquet ON........use my foot for chest compression with air compressor hose in mouth WHAT.......can't you multi-task?
Old-Biscuit 07/16/19 01:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: We always unhook, even on an overnight stop

Other side of coin..... Overnighter stay connected in case you have to evacuate In an Emergency. I could have truck/trailer unhooked BEFORE ambulance even got there
Old-Biscuit 07/15/19 11:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: Toilet bowl no longer holds water

Turn water supply off Hold toilet ball valve open Using your HANDS..rub dish soap on seal top/bottom as you flex it and gentle scape any crud/scale off seal (hard to damage/tear just using your hands) Scrub top of ball valve Then thoroughly rinse the seal & ball valve Afterwards using your HANDS again---rub seal thoroughly with Olive Oil (or Plumbers Grease) IF seal still doesn't hold water......time for new seal and maybe ball valve if it is scored
Old-Biscuit 07/15/19 03:12pm Tech Issues
RE: Naps

As a toddler I fought Nap Time---afraid I was going to miss something/get left out In Kindergarten looked forward to Nap Time ---everyone went to their cubbies, got out their blankets and spread out of classroom floor. Kinda like a large slumber party. Fast forward 60 plus years and I finally get to enjoy that afternoon Nap Time. Just One of the benefits of retirement. Sometimes I get TWO in one day!
Old-Biscuit 07/15/19 12:03pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Cracked Water Filter - Freeze?

I hang hose and in-line filter to completely drain out the water before storing.
Old-Biscuit 07/14/19 12:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: Anchor bolts or boats

Pacific Coastline has been having earthquakes for 1000's of years..still there Better chance of Yellowstone Super Volcano erupting then CA spitting/falling into ocean
Old-Biscuit 07/14/19 12:22pm Around the Campfire
RE: Using Propane while traveling in BC - Not Legal

Can't have propane valve open in several tunnels/bridges in US nor while on ferries. IIRC even have restrictions of certain foods back/forth across borders. Yep.....different laws/restrictions in different parts of North America
Old-Biscuit 07/14/19 09:45am Travel Trailers
RE: Need new water heater question

NO.......can't replace tank on Suburban 23 yrs old.....time for a NEW whole complete water heater IF old one is a 6 gal----new Suburban gas/electric 6 gal will fit opening If old one is a 10 gal---new Suburban gas/electric 10 gal will fit opening Swapping 6 for 10 would require changing opening Swapping Suburban for Atwood....changing opening But it's time for new one. You got 23 yrs out of the old one.
Old-Biscuit 07/14/19 09:40am Tech Issues
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