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RE: 50amp EMS w/surge

BTW The 120/240V 50A is SINGLE PHASE, it's a common misconception that it's 2 phase, etc. Split phase is a reasonable description.
CA Traveler 04/17/21 01:55pm Travel Trailers
RE: 50amp EMS w/surge

Yes with the standard 30/50 RV adapter. Aspects of the above post are incorrect, as the unit doesn't know or detect any aspect of 120/240V power, only that both legs have 120V within specs.
CA Traveler 04/17/21 01:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: Centeroid fuel sender location 2002 Monaco Windsor?

It's on top of the tank and has several wires going to it.
CA Traveler 04/16/21 02:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: oil leak

A/C compressors do contain some oil, but make sure the leak isn't above the pully. Are you sure you didn't spill some oil during the oil change? The belt to the right appears dry which might suggest the leak occurred since the engine was last run because the belt on the compressor is wet.
CA Traveler 04/15/21 04:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Misplaced Keys

Once unlocked then how to relock? New lock, locksmith to make new key, leave window unlocked, skinny kid again or ?
CA Traveler 04/13/21 09:31pm Travel Trailers
RE: Misplaced Keys

CA Traveler 04/13/21 07:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: Solar charge controller confusion

I also see bare striped wire that isnt covered by the conectors. SteveX2 With that poor quality alone I'd want to do a in depth understanding of your setup. If you are saying the output of the CC goes to the panel lugs which are also connected to the battery then that can be OK. However a very important aspect is the total wire length and size which effects the amount of loss in the wiring. There is a general guideline of 3% maximum loss. Plus it's not clear if you have adequate fuse protection for your setup.
CA Traveler 04/13/21 06:40pm Truck Campers
RE: Lights on a bicycle carrier

No need for extra lights from your description. But if you want install LEDs and plug into the trailer plug.
CA Traveler 04/13/21 05:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Converter wiring question

There are no RV DC wire color standards. You'll have to determine which wire is + and -. My RV has a lot of white ground wires. It also has black ground wires.
CA Traveler 04/12/21 06:27pm Tech Issues
RE: Uneven Dually tire wear

BTW 7 year old tires are at end of life, replace them. What makes you think tires are original? He stated: These are the OE tire since the truck was new...
CA Traveler 04/12/21 08:34am Tow Vehicles
RE: Uneven Dually tire wear

Based on what you've posted replace all of the tires and you will be good for another 40K miles and 7 years. :B
CA Traveler 04/11/21 08:59pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Uneven Dually tire wear

You should not add a new tire to a dulley with 40K miles. Maybe a steer tire. I vote for inconsistent psi at some point, it doesn't take long and then doesn't correct. Your tires are old. Replacement cost could be peanuts compared to a blow out. I'm not saying it will happen but the increased risk factor is there.
CA Traveler 04/11/21 08:57pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Running Lights Stay ON

Are the lights on w/o shore power? I'd check the charge wire for a connection to the lights. Take the plug apart and check there first. The charge line should have a fuse, pull it and see if there is any change.
CA Traveler 04/11/21 07:23pm Travel Trailers
RE: Uneven Dually tire wear

Are the tires identical including the DOT date?
CA Traveler 04/11/21 07:16pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Uneven Dually tire wear

BTW 7 year old tires are at end of life, replace them.
CA Traveler 04/11/21 05:57pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Uneven Dually tire wear

A small difference in tire pressure can cause wear.
CA Traveler 04/11/21 05:43pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Nightmare

Hate to say this but those broken covers suggest there has been water intrusion and damage even if you can't see it. What is the $10K estimate for?
CA Traveler 04/10/21 01:48pm Travel Trailers
RE: Nightmare

Fortunately you didn't remove it from the lot and hence per above you may have additional options depending upon state laws, etc. Not sure how this will work out for you as he has your $, perhaps submitted a title transfer and you almost certainly signed a "as is" contract. For future reference it's very wise to have a full third party inspection and have repairs done before taking possession. Keep us informed.
CA Traveler 04/10/21 01:40pm Travel Trailers
RE: Swivel TV wall mount

You could use a small diameter nail to find the stud. Then the adjacent studs should be 16" distance (US home standard). Mount the TV on a board or plywood that wil span the studs.
CA Traveler 04/09/21 05:10pm Tech Issues
RE: 30 amps for 50 amp trailer

My adapter has been used once but I avoid it's usage due to the safety concerns. But in making a reservation this summer a CG suggested I use the 30/30/50 apapter to get more power. Clearly they are unaware of the safety issues and I don't plan to use it. Hopefully that area will not be hot. Another factor is that as a user you have no idea how the pedestals are wired and the wiring can make for a successful usage even though the safety concerns remain.
CA Traveler 04/09/21 09:16am Travel Trailers
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