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RE: 12 volt transfer pump

Just wanted to check back, good idea getting a pump that will replace the one in the TT. Also like the idea of being able to suck water with the existing pump. will have to get better acquainted with the pluming. Jim.
04fxsts 08/13/23 02:40pm General RVing Issues
12 volt transfer pump

We decided to replace the MH with a smaller TT, we are done traveling so it is a better fit. We own our own camping spot on a local river so it will sit there most of the summer unless the river floods then it will come home. Got a portable waste tank I can bring home and dump in our septic system. I will need to fill the fresh water so I am looking for a 12 volt pump for that. Anyone have a setup that works well for them? Thanks in advance, Jim.
04fxsts 08/11/23 06:33am General RVing Issues
RE: 12 volt fridge in TT

Sounds like it will be a good match for us with our intended uses. Our fridge in the MH was gas/electric and it would not do that well in hot weather. Thanks to all, Jim.
04fxsts 06/10/23 05:00am General RVing Issues
12 volt fridge in TT

I did search but the information I found was related to boondocking with a 12 volt fridge. We just got rid of our MH and got a nice 2020 KZ TT that has a 12 volt. We do not plan to do any boondocking, this will be at our private lot on the local river and be hooked up the electric 98% of the time. What will be different between this and our former gas/electric fridge? Any advice and experience will be appreciated. Jim.
04fxsts 06/05/23 03:40am General RVing Issues
RE: Acess to back of outside tv

On our 2015 ACE the original TV went bad and had to replace it. The TV was bolted to a mounting bracket that has no tilt or swivel. Had to remove the bracket to remove the TV but not hard to do. The screws for the bracket were past the sides of the TV so easy to get to. The plug in was under the sink then went through the wall. Tied a heavy string to the cord just above the plug before pulling the cord out. Tied the string to the new cord and pulled it through. Jim.
04fxsts 12/27/22 04:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: A punishing pace, safety issues and broken bodies

I just turned 76 and have worked in a good number of companies both union and non-union. My experiences have been in the manufacturing industry mostly as a machinist and later as a tool and die maker. I have seen unions that did worse to the workers than the company did. I have been a member of a couple good unions that did good for their members. There are companies I have worked for that the people really needed to form a union but did not. The last place I worked for 10 years was non-union and wanted to keep it that way so treated employees good and with respect. You cannot make a blanket statement about unions being good or bad, depends on the union and even the local. Jim.
04fxsts 12/01/22 05:51am Around the Campfire
RE: Testing 3 wire Dometic Thermostat

Just went through this and not too bad if yours is the same as mine in a 2015 Thor ACE. Go to your board and pull it out and unplug the six wire connector. Turn thermostat so the heat should be coming on, have your multi-meter set to check DCV. Place black test lead on black wire and the red lead on the blue and you should see 12 volts. If you have that it should be the board, look at the bottom with all the little solder joints. If any of these are discolored this shows a short and needs replaced. Any board I have found bad I have replaced with "Dinasour Electronics." I recommend them because they are a good product with great customer service but that is my only connection with the company. Give them a call and a technician will troubleshoot over the phone and if it is a bad board will recommend a replacement. If you do need a new board they do not sell direct so Amazon is your friend. Make sure you send in the warranty card, I just had the replacement board go bad and they said to just send it in they would look up the warranty. They replaced it even though it was caused by water damage with a note they only warranty once for water damage. To me that is a very good warranty and it is a three year warranty. Jim.
04fxsts 10/28/22 04:47am Tech Issues
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