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RE: Converting table to bed

Many years ago, I modified my table/bed area. When I did, I made a bench on each side of the table. The cushions fit on the back of each bench, and the bottoms. When the table is lowered, it fit on notches that made the bed flat, and the cushions moved to fit all the way from bench back to bench back. It would sleep a person over six foot tall. (two if they were friendly.)
wra 07/19/20 10:28pm Beginning RVing
RE: suggestions where to buy walker with seat?

Go to your doctor. Have him writhe a Rx. You can get it via your insurance. You may be given a catalog by your doctor or medical supply to choose the one you want.
wra 05/23/20 08:19pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Rebuilding my eu2000i... (never did this before)

It could have been as simple as the carburetor fuel shut off being stuck or sluggish. I wish you would have asked before disassembling the thing.
wra 04/05/20 09:50pm Tech Issues
RE: tv tuner

Your RV may have a TV antenna amplifies in line with the cable that you hook to the pedestal. Look around your RV for a TV amplifier box. It should have a switch on it. Throw that switch and try tuning the TV again. Another possibility, check the RV wire ends. Make sure they have a bare wire in the center of it. If not, the connector will need to be re-worked. Remove the connector end from the RV wire. Cut the insulation at and the end of the RV wire about 1/2 inch. Then re connect the connector to the RV wire, making sure the outer wire shield connects to the metal of the connector, and not touching the center wire inside the connector. Then reconnect the cable to the pedestal. Then try your TV search again.
wra 03/28/20 04:04pm Technology Corner
RE: GFI tripping when plugging in to charge batteries

I have worked on "new" RV's with the same problem. Somewhere the green "ground" wire is shorted to the white "common" wire inside of your RV. It usually happens when the manufacture wires in the converter. Have your repair person use an ohm meter to see if there is a short between the ground and common of the RV plug. (the plug must be unplugged, of course. Follow the connections from the other end of the cord until you find where the ground and commons are connected together. Separate them, and tie the whites to whites, and ground to grounds. A wire nut will usually do the job to connect the same color wires.
wra 03/16/20 11:41pm Toy Haulers
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