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RE: Thoughts on slider awnings

After a rain, have DW stand beside the slide to watch and make sure it rolls up properly. Did you mean to have your wife stand in FRONT of the slide to see if water comes off? :)
joelc 07/05/20 07:34am Beginning RVing
RE: A/C Gasket

I have a 2012 5er purchased new. Never tightened the 4 bolts for the roof A/C gasket. If it doesn't leak why tighten it? I used to have many years ago a 1988 Class A where the gasket leaked. It was tightened and the leaks stopped for a bit. It is possible the more you tighten, the gasket looses its ability to do its job. If it is leaking, I would not tighten it more than 1/4 turn at a time.
joelc 07/05/20 07:31am Travel Trailers
RE: Buying RV that's been stored

Check everything like you would any used RV. But also check for rodent damage.
joelc 07/04/20 02:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Concrete driveway thickness??

My pad for my 5er is 6" thick and is reinvorced by fiberglass. There are also different classes of concrete. Mine is rated for 4000 lbs per square inch. (56 x 20) Forgot to add there is a good base of crushed stone as a base.
joelc 07/04/20 02:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Roadside Assistance Companies

joelc 07/01/20 01:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: Don't Panic

Better job distributing information than certain branches of our government.
joelc 07/01/20 12:59pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Purchasing land to live on in DC area - zoning questions

Check your Zoning. We have agricultural land in NC and have a pad and all R hook ups on it with a shed for our toys and washer/dryer. Living there is great, but there is one catch. 6 months at time only. Check your zoning or building Dept. to see if any restrictions. It works for us because we do leave to go North for 6 months.
joelc 07/01/20 12:57pm Beginning RVing
RE: Dish TV Pay-As-You-Go RV Plan

We checked into this several years ago. Don't know if it changed. But, in order to have this plan you need a home account. Without a base they won't do it.
joelc 06/25/20 01:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: Still not a happy camper .

They want you bad as a client. I have an idea, but not funny. If you stake a claim with them maybe they will cancel you.
joelc 06/24/20 09:22am Good Sam Insurance
RE: Grey tank mysteriously filled

That is why I carry a Wet-Vac. Been there, but not as lucky.
joelc 06/22/20 12:07pm Tech Issues
RE: Water heater keeps stopping

Not sure what brand you have. Did you check the manual or internet. Sounds like a thermal cut off switch.
joelc 06/22/20 12:05pm Tech Issues
RE: Looking for help/suggestions for backup camera.

If you have a RV Garmin, they have cameras. I got an email yesterday and they have a good sale on them for Father's Day.
joelc 06/14/20 09:17am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Looking at using the Fantastic Fan while in storage

We stay 6 mo. up North and 6 Mo in NC. We have our 5er parked on our lot and live in it when we are home. The first year we went up North we came back in October to find much mold in the RV from moisture build up. While a fan might help with circulation, you still might have problems in those hidden spaces. Last year we got a dehumidifier and also put the smaller air conditioner on the highest setting. I think 95 degrees. The slides are closed. The water from the dehumidifier goes down the shower drain and out through the grey water tank. Last year we had zero mold. This year we hope for the same. If you have someone you trust, have them check the dehumidifier filter 1X/mo. and just brush it off. The A/C filter hardly had any dust in it, because no one was living there. I expect the dehumidifier to be the same. Good luck. Keep that mold out. Believe me you don't want it.
joelc 06/14/20 09:14am Tech Issues
RE: pa, grand canyon

We went there years ago. Check Tanglewood CG. I think that was the name.
joelc 06/11/20 09:53am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: gps which one is best,second best

Use your Garmin along with the Rand McNally TRUCKERS ATLAS. If you are planning a trip compare the routes on the GPS with the Atlas to be sure all is well. Covers heights and truck routes. With this procedure you will not find yourself lost or at a low bridge.
joelc 06/08/20 09:03am Technology Corner
RE: What's your experience with Good Sam Roadside Assistance?

I have said in many posts,NO to GS. I have Coach-net. Won't go into details again.
joelc 06/04/20 08:50am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Surge protectors

I have a 50A in house Progressive. Don't know about the others, but when I purchased mine in 2012 then installed it: Well I would not be without it. Saved me a couple of times.
joelc 05/16/20 12:37pm Tech Issues
RE: Asking the cooks! I need new microwave.....

Not a convection. But last year my microwave went. I did purchase a replacement over the range LG and love it. Bought LMV1831BSS from ABT.
joelc 05/15/20 06:46am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Asking the cooks! I need new microwave.....

Not a convection. But last year my microwave went. I did purchase a replacement over the range LG and love it. Bought LMV1831BSS from ABT.
joelc 05/15/20 06:45am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Hard side 5th wheel leak

Be sure to find out where the leak is coming from. Seal it then put eternabond tape over it. Then seal the edges of the eternabond.
joelc 05/05/20 08:39am Fifth-Wheels
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