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RE: Downside to lower CO alarm?

The service life of a propane detector will depend on how the manufacturer made it. Some of the older gas leak detectors have an average of five years’ service lifespan, and the countdown starts right at the manufacturing date. Many brands of detectors also have a service life of about six to eight years, and you begin the countdown the very first time that you power it on.
cyrus799 09/23/21 08:38am Truck Campers
RE: Chinese RV tires... holding up!

An RV tire should last around 6 years before needing to be replaced. However, regardless of its condition, you should change your tire at least once every 5 to 8 years. In this manner, you can keep your mind at ease while driving.
cyrus799 09/22/21 06:25am General RVing Issues
RE: Portable Wind Turbine as a power supplement?

This ECO-WORTHY solar power kit is amazing because it combines the power generation capabilities of a wind turbine with the sun-catching skills of a solar panel. With such a wide range of operations, this kit can offer the user with a virtually constant source of electricity. It's ideal for traveling to places that aren't as windy but receive a lot of sun, or vice versa.
cyrus799 09/19/21 02:26am Tech Issues
RE: To portable dump tank or not to portable dump tank...

I need a refresher course on how to dump RV tanks at home. How to dump RV tanks at home in an easy and safe way?
cyrus799 08/21/21 05:54am General RVing Issues
RE: Washer/Dryer combos

I think the washer and dryer combo from Giantex is also good. I really like the dual tub side-by-side style of this device, which is capable of both washing and drying. This little tiny twin tub washing machine also includes timer settings for both spin-drying and washing operations. These options make using the device far more user-friendly than I had anticipated.
cyrus799 08/05/21 07:12am Travel Trailers
RE: RV navigation systemsl

Rand McNally and Garmin are both the leading brands when it comes to the production ofRV GPS. Rand McNally offers bigger devices, allowing them to install better speakers. These come in handy when you wish to answer more calls on the hands-free mode. The details about points of interest, RV parks, and other locations are available on Garmin devices. Rand McNally, on the other hand, doesn’t offer much in these terms.
cyrus799 07/26/21 06:57am Technology Corner
RE: E450 Insulated RV Windshield Cover

You might consider an ELUTO windshield cover. During the wintertime, you may install it to protect the windshield from frost, ice, and snow. This product is suitable for use at any time of year. Another advantage of this windshield cover is that it fits virtually all Class C Ford RVs manufactured between 1997 and 2019 - that is, more than 20 years of RVs.
cyrus799 07/19/21 07:01am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Heated hose

My RV used to have a blocked pipe due to freezing. The fun stopped and we had to find a way to fix it. Therefore you must know how to keep the RV sewer hose from freezing, especially if you are traveling in cold locations. You can supplement insulation and heat supply to your hoses to deter the conduction of cold temperatures to your hose and your fluid inside.
cyrus799 07/11/21 02:01am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Sleeping on air mattress equipped sofa bed ??????

We had a sofa bed that was really uncomfortable, so we installed a memory foam mattress. They are really comfy for me.
cyrus799 07/08/21 06:43am General RVing Issues
RE: How to remove tail light from 2020. Rock wood mini lite

If you’re still unable to gain clear access to the rear of your recreational vehicle’s tail lights after, you need to remove the trim panel of your recreational vehicle with the use of your screwdriver or your trim removal tool. Be careful in removing plastic connectors or tabs, if there are any since these parts can be very brittle. Behind the lamp assembly, locate the bulb holders and remove it by rotating it counterclockwise. After this, remove the defective bulbs. You can read more at: https://www.rvzone.com/how-to-replace-rv-tail-lights/
cyrus799 07/03/21 07:58am Travel Trailers
RE: Best Roof Coating

Dicoris a fantastic product that goes further than you think, is simple to apply, and should be trimmed around all corners and vents before rolling on. Dries quickly, allowing the second coat to be applied within hours, allowing all of the work to be completed on the same day. Do not let any dew or moisture contact the roof for at least 24-48 hours.
cyrus799 06/23/21 06:26am Travel Trailers
RE: Caulking Roof to gutter

Dicorsealant is what I use. Although it is a non-sag sealer, it is also effective for repairing roof leaks. It performed such an excellent job that I spent many tubes thoroughly waterproofing the roof. It can stick to practically any surface, including glass and plastic
cyrus799 06/12/21 07:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Propane tank

I used Camco propane gauge to connect to my RV propane tank so I wouldn't be surprised next time it runs out. Works exactly as you would expect.
cyrus799 05/13/21 06:55am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Rear roof-top ladder for Majestic 19G

RecPro is also good, we recently bought it. Easy to remove and stow away. Comes with a non-slip surface, promoting ease when climbing up and down. Has a good weight limit, up to 250 lbs.
cyrus799 05/08/21 07:37am Class C Motorhomes
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