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  • Sharon waterbug
    Sharon waterbug:
    Tue at 12:49 PMI hate to envy those sweltering in their campers. Mine is so cold....but noisy as heck. Im redoing the roof and wish I could remove the AC, but I am doing the work myself and really don't want to hire and spend the money to remove and replace it. It wo...  more
  • Leon and Susan
    Leon and Susan:
    Tue at 12:06 PMTry gating on the roof and clean the AC form outside & inside it'll help you.
  • maseratidoug
    maseratidoug:
    Tue at 10:36 AMI bought a 2002 Travel Trailer and when I needed cooling the A/C just barely did anything, all the service people keep saying it's time to replace the A/C, is it more likely not cooling because of dirty cooling fins? Also I have heard if your RV didn't c...  more
    • maseratidoug
      Pete & Beaver Hester Tue at 11:36 AM We replaced our AC this past summer and it’s not a whole lot better. I wish we had called in a RV mobile tech and not just taken the advice from others that due to it’s age we should just get a new one. Ours is a 2006 and when we first got it, it would ...  more
    • maseratidoug
      Glen & Margie Tue at 8:18 PM I just traded my 2006 35' trailer for a new unit. Two years ago I replace the 13500 btu air unit with a 15000 btu and it made a world of a difference. It was a 102 to 107 degrees for the first two month of our trip and the 15k keep us cool. So if you have...  more
  • RV Repair Club
    RV Repair Club:
    February 15Learn more about protecting your refrigerator and how to conduct minor RV refrigerator repair in this free video. #RVRepairClub http://ow.ly/QkjY30nIBkL
    Top Tip to Avoid RV Refrigerator Repair Projects
  • RV Repair Club
    RV Repair Club:
    February 15Looking for creative ways to organize your kitchen? Check out these 5 easy storage solutions that will help to improve your RV space. #RVRepairClub ow.ly/grW530nIB3s...  more
    5 RV Storage Solutions For Your RV Kitchen | RV Repair Club
  • RV Repair Club
    RV Repair Club:
    February 15In this free video tutorial, RV repair expert Dave Solberg teaches you what to do when your fabric RV headliner sags because of failing adhesive. #RVRepairClub ow.ly/3QN330nIAUk...  more
    How to Fix a Sagging RV Headliner | RV Repair Club
  • hammer55
    hammer55:
    February 10OK, I am wanting to change out the foam seal around the outside inner side out the slide out, it is now about a 3/4 x 3/8 inch foam with a adhesive back, It is quite thin in my opinion, what has anyone replaced their with, I am thinking of a true rubber s...  more
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    • hammer55
      Steve&Barb February 10 I replaced the foam with a rubber bubble type of seal. My rv tech said to make sure that the room closes to the same place.
    • hammer55
      John And Debbie Maxson February 13 We need to change out ours also. Love to follow your comments and lessons.
    • hammer55
      O'Connells February 13 We are also going to be replacing ours soon. Any tips you can share would be much appreciated.
    • hammer55
      Steve&Barb February 13 I should have been more clear. The seal I used was a "d" shaped rubber with the bubble being about 3/4 inch. I screwed the straight edge using a screw about every 3 inches. When I removed the sponge seal I used a heat gun and a plastic putty knife to rem...  more
    • hammer55
      Dick & Sharon February 15 Check out Steele Rubber Products.
  • Oh the Places We'll Roll
    Oh the Places We'll Roll:
    February 8Hi all. I thought I would share my video of my little diaphragm water pump hack in our RV. The sound of those pumps drives my bonkers and this helped quite a bit. If you'd like to jump straight to the hack section, it starts at about 13:40. youtu....  more
    • Andy & Maureen T and 4 others like this.
    • Oh the Places We'll Roll
      Wildheart February 8 Brilliant! I need to do this, because I have that same obnoxious noise/vibration issue. Thanks for sharing this hack!
    • Oh the Places We'll Roll
      Oh the Places We'll Roll February 8 Yeah I searched for something to replace the pump with that was quieter, like an impeller pump they put on cars, to no avail.  So, this was the next best thing I figured.  It's definitely quieter outside as well so the neighbors don't have to li...  more
    • Oh the Places We'll Roll
      David & Kristy's RV Adventures February 8 More so in some RVs than others, we can barely hear ours.
      I like to hear it some tho so I now it it's not shutting off for what ever reason out of water or a leak.
      Thy will burn up if thy run dry for very long.
      Safe Travels
      No-hur...  more
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      • Oh the Places We'll Roll
        Oh the Places We'll Roll February 8 Yes good point. I wouldn't want it to be completely silent for that reason. A cycling pump points to low pressure which points to a potential leak. Bad scenario for RVs :-)
  • RV Repair Club
    RV Repair Club:
    February 5Understand what annual maintenance and pre-trip inspections you should perform to keep your RV tires running in top shape with these RV tire care tips. Read more now! #RVRepairClub ow.ly/zL7B30mybAQ...  more
    RV Tire Care: How to Maintain and Keep in Top Shape
    • Andy & Maureen T and 1 other like this.
    • RV Repair Club
      OldMan February 5 I treat the RV like I treated the airplane I used to own. Annual inspection of ALL major systems and attachments. Each year, tires are in the inspection plan. Brakes, wheel bearings, the works. 
  • RV Repair Club
    RV Repair Club:
    February 5Learn step-by-step how to disconnect, fill and monitor your RV propane tank. #RVRepairClub http://ow.ly/jg7P30nANdh
    Detecting an RV Propane Tank Leak: Propane Safety Tips