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RE: window next to door

I want to do something similar, but it’s for an outside TV. I will need to figure out where the studs are.One of the first things I do with a new rig is on a cool morning take pictures of the outside condensation patterns - ie the studs.
CA Traveler 05/17/21 11:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: window next to door

Walls contain unknowns. If you are 100% sure it's OK then drill holes on the inside to be 200% sure. Easier to patch/cover the inside wall. :E
CA Traveler 05/17/21 04:01pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Battery Indicator Lights

The lights have only one purpose - for the salesman to explain "what a great monitor system this rig has".
CA Traveler 05/17/21 09:19am Tech Issues
RE: Battery charging concerns.

Some/many newer chargers have an AGM setting, check yours. AGMs are very similar to flooded batteries and as such should be recharged ASAP. And as a general guideline do not discharged below 50%. Most tow vehicles do a limited charge of trailer batteries. Yours may/may not completely charge the trailer battery with a day's driving. There are solutions like upgraded wiring and/or installing a DC to DC charger in the trailer.
CA Traveler 05/16/21 08:40pm Truck Campers
RE: New Serpentine Belt?

Is it better to measure the one on the coach or to ask Cummins what is needed. If the labeling is gone take it off and buy the exact same one. Cummins may not know what belt you have due to Monaco added equipment.
CA Traveler 05/16/21 03:20pm Tech Issues

And I just signed up for the new Brave trial search engine when it becomes available.
CA Traveler 05/16/21 10:46am General RVing Issues

Good information above. I'll continue to use the Brave browser because: 1. It's faster 2. It uses less memory 3. It's secure 4. It's private 5. It blocks ads and trackers 6. It uses the same engine as Chrome 7. It has never failed on any website I've used 8. The website says 30 million users 9. It's free but there are ways that you can donate
CA Traveler 05/16/21 10:45am General RVing Issues

No problem with Chrome or Brave browsers for me. Maybe something else- virus etc??? W10 Pro latest updates. Can you see your private messages?No
CA Traveler 05/16/21 09:05am General RVing Issues

No problem with Chrome or Brave browsers for me. Maybe something else- virus etc??? W10 Pro latest updates.
CA Traveler 05/15/21 08:59pm General RVing Issues
RE: electrical problem

Good find and that's one reason why I have a EMS that would shut done the power. Baring a good EMS device use a 30/20 adapter and household 3 light device to check a pedestal. Not nearly as good but it does show up opens and reverse polarity.
CA Traveler 05/15/21 09:09am Tech Issues
RE: RV towing on 5 through San Francisco

Well I've taken 19th Ave both ways through SF midday multiple times. 42' plus toad. Yes it's city streets, traffic and traffic lights.
CA Traveler 05/14/21 09:38am Roads and Routes
RE: Space heater recommendations?

There are a variety on Amazon that are under $20.
CA Traveler 05/13/21 11:03pm Truck Campers
RE: RV towing on 5 through San Francisco

The best midday SF bay bypass is 680 (San Jose), 780, 80 37, 101.
CA Traveler 05/13/21 06:12pm Roads and Routes
RE: RV towing on 5 through San Francisco

Never take a large RV on 101 through SF. Instead take 280 to 19th Ave midday. It's about 6 miles and use the middle or left lane. I've done it many times. No north bound toll on the GG bridge.
CA Traveler 05/13/21 06:04pm Roads and Routes
RE: CA 1 from Monterey (Marina) to Half Moon Bay

Yup, no past problems with that route.
CA Traveler 05/13/21 10:05am Roads and Routes
RE: electrical problem

Yes if you have a surge or EMS device at the pedestal remove it and recheck.
CA Traveler 05/13/21 09:28am Tech Issues
RE: electrical problem

Dropping 50V means you have a wiring problem, not a converter problem. If the converter was the problem the rigs CB would trip. You have isolated the problem to upstream of your hardwired connection. NEXT STEP is to measure the pedestal voltage. What is it under load? Again the problem is the pedestal or wiring to the outside connection.
CA Traveler 05/13/21 07:45am Tech Issues
RE: electrical problem

You have a partial open which allows the voltage to drop to 75V w/o tripping the CB. I'd bet a donut that if you connected a high draw appiance with the charger CB off you would see the same results. Start with connecting new male and female plugs with the wire cut back to good clean wire.
CA Traveler 05/12/21 09:14pm Tech Issues
RE: sewer hose that fits in bumper

5"x8' square PVC fence post fits most hoses. End caps available, HD etc.
CA Traveler 05/12/21 11:50am Tech Issues

Are your 2004 TVs original and hence SD? If so and you intend to remain with SD TVs that can affect the type of adapter you use. HD TVs have significantly improved resolution and should be considered IMHO.
CA Traveler 05/12/21 08:44am Technology Corner
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