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RE: need plumbing diagram

Maybe too much city pressure, try a pressure reducer with a gauge. Older rigs probably have grey pex plumbing and are subject to leaking if too much pressure. They don’t like more than about 40 psi as far as I know.
Ava 07/01/22 01:40pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Inverter Chassis Ground

I think with any wiring it is always better to ground to the battery or a block that is properly grounded. Poor grounding is a common problem with wiring.
Ava 06/11/22 10:11am Travel Trailers
RE: Hazard flasher problem

On my older rig, it has Ford signal flasher unit. Before replacing the whole unit, I took it apart and all the little copper contacts inside needed to be cleaned up. After scraping or sanding the contacts, the signals and 4 way flasher worked like new. Just another thought.
Ava 06/09/22 01:19pm Tech Issues
RE: Poly Glow.

I used Polyglow on my old rig and it did a great job of shining it up. It was done about 3 years ago and still looks good.
Ava 05/29/22 06:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: New Member introduction

Welcome. All kinds of help and information available here. Use the experience of long time rv folks if you have questions.
Ava 05/06/22 09:08am Travel Trailers
RE: 2003 Newmar Dutch star help #2

Assuming you have a diesel generator, the fuel comes from a fitting a few inches up from the bottom of the coach fuel tank. If your fuel tank is low it will keep the generator from starting. Hopefully nothing more serious.
Ava 04/20/22 11:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2003 Newmar Dutch star shift pad

If you have an Allison transmission, the pad has two numbers. The one on the left is the gear it is heading to and the number on the right is the gear you are currently in. The mode button can have different uses on different transmissions. My mode button makes mine shift up at a lower rpm.
Ava 04/20/22 11:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Crazy static pop while waxing/cleaning motorhome

If you you have low humidity in your area, it is probably just static electricity from the action of wiping. Maybe touch a metal part while wiping.
Ava 04/17/22 08:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: best route from Barstow to Pismo Beach, CA

I believe 58 has a lot of twists and turns the last time I drove it years ago. I have a 36 ft Moho and at the time no toad and found it a bit too much for my comfort. Quite scenic though.
Ava 04/12/22 07:30pm Roads and Routes
RE: Impact of fuel prices on travel

Fuel price for gas or diesel right now in south west British Columbia, is over $2.00 per litre. An American gallon is 3.78 L. Do the math and see what we are paying now!!
Ava 03/09/22 09:45pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fuses

It might have an in-line fuse. Follow the wires back to it if there is one.
Ava 03/07/22 10:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A fleetwood discovery - should we purchase ??

Sounds like a lot problems already known, and most likely many more after digging deeper. Unless it is a much cheaper and you have lots of time and are handy with the repairs, doesn’t seem like the best deal. Sounds like has not been very well cared for.
Ava 03/01/22 09:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Any Allison transmission general info ?

My 1994 six speed Allison still runs without any issues. When I first got this rig, I had the trans fluid tested and then replaced the Transynd and filters. The test gives you a good indication of the condition of the trans. I have changed it once more since then.
Ava 02/21/22 10:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 8R19.5 birgstone R187 metro radial tire

Even here in Canada where everything costs more, I paid less than that for new Toyo 8-19.5 tires here.
Ava 02/19/22 10:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: sailswitch location

Mine is mounted out front next to the blower motor so the wind from the vanes activates the switch. I recently replaced the time delay relay, a four wire relay mounted on the end of the blower motor, to fix my unit. It was not letting the power get to the electronic board that signals the burner to ignite. This is an older Suburban SF 35 unit so the technology might be more advanced than mine.
Ava 02/04/22 01:54pm Tech Issues
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