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RE: Electronic failures, PCB repairs.

I also find there are often common failure points on some of these boards. Compressor relays on DuoTherm analog control boards, a particular 2 watt resistor on Norcold 600 power boards come to mind.
Chris Bryant 11/09/19 11:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Magnetek 3230 power converter problem

The right hand three are filtered and tied to the battery, the others are switched by relay to the converter output. That converter is so obsolete, better off to replace it- dirty power, 3 amp poor battery charger, etc. But, if you want to try to repair it look at for schematics and service manual.
Chris Bryant 11/09/19 04:19am Tech Issues
RE: Help and Advice on a badly placed 5th wheel

The sand complicates things. Is rotating it a viable option, or must it be pulled back? I would second the jacks fully retracted while moving. I’m thinking jacks on 2x6’s on pipes as rollers on plywood.
Chris Bryant 11/08/19 04:48pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Help and Advice on a badly placed 5th wheel

Forklift will cost too much? Sorry, but...
Chris Bryant 11/08/19 02:34am Fifth-Wheels
RE: A/C ghosts??

The a/c works great with either power source? The problem is when unit is in the OFF position and you plug in or crank Genny, the front unit, ONLY; tries to come on for 2 mins. and cycles that way; with NO air coming from vent; off for 20 mins. & Does those cycles as long as power is coming to it? No matter which source? I can go in & operate with thermostat ON & control thru temps & works just fine with air coming from vents & all? Not sure why every sentence is a question, but I stand by my last post- your upper circuit board has a bad compressor relay and needs to be replaced, from the symptoms you have given. .??
Chris Bryant 11/08/19 02:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Limit switch trips on Atwood furnace

Those do go bad- temporarily, just hook the leads to an act fuse- the breaker should have the value on it, maybe 10 or 15.
Chris Bryant 11/07/19 02:11pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Limit switch trips on Atwood furnace

What is tripping is a circuit breaker, I suspect. Limit switches are self resetting. It may be bad, or the motor could be drawing too much current.
Chris Bryant 11/07/19 12:35pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: A/C ghosts??

Sounds like the compressor relay is welded closed on the upper circuit board. You should shut the breaker to it, as it will run the compressor and cycle on the overload as it overheats.
Chris Bryant 11/06/19 10:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Atwood/Dometic furnace motor updates?

I’ve had good luck lubricating those motors- as long as the shaft isn’t worn, I drill a hole in each end bell and apply oil to soak the felt. First did it after I installed a brand new defective motor (it squealed), and the customer was leaving. Was still working years later.
Chris Bryant 11/05/19 07:53am Tech Issues
RE: Lightning Protection

I worked on an Airstream that had been struck by lightning- owner was lying on the couch watching tv. Melted the body panel it struck, guy had a heart attack. Did fix the trailer, but only for permanent stay- the whole thing was pretty wracked.
Chris Bryant 11/05/19 07:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bent Axle

I wonder if you hit something with the axle itself at the same time.
Chris Bryant 11/04/19 02:18pm Travel Trailers
RE: Holding tank fittings

The solvent weld will not break- I would be tempted to put a no hub coupling in which is just a short rubber hose clamped over the outside of the two pipes. That said, the abs survives bouncing down the road, so a stationary installation shouldn’t be a problem.
Chris Bryant 11/04/19 08:28am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Holding tank fittings

It depends on the tank material, most waste holding tanks are abs, and fittings are solvent welded. Polyethylene tank fittings are spin welded or use grommets. Wanting it to be leak free, I would be tempted to use metal.
Chris Bryant 11/04/19 08:01am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Having a SENIOR moment

Around here, people think the center yellow line is what you aim your tires for.
Chris Bryant 11/04/19 05:48am General RVing Issues
RE: Furnace Cycles

No, it isn’t. Check the ducting for blockages or recirculating hot air. It is never good for it to cycle on the limit switch.
Chris Bryant 11/03/19 07:42am Tech Issues
I40 West of Asheville closing

At some point between Nov. 6 and 22, the westbound lanes of I 40 will be closed for up to 5 days
Chris Bryant 11/03/19 05:12am Roads and Routes
RE: Electric Load Distribution

I’ve run across them with both air conditioners on the same leg. Brand new trailer, I was installing an lp Onan 7kw. Had to balance the loads to run both a/c’s of the genset.
Chris Bryant 11/02/19 11:52am Tech Issues
RE: fridge removal and replacement

I’ve always been able to remove the RV door to make them fit, if the door is too narrow. I wouldn’t repair yours- due to its age, I would bet the foam is bad and the door has swollen a bit, but you did get 31 years out of it!
Chris Bryant 11/01/19 02:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: Pop goes the water heater!

I bet it was fired empty at some point- the only way I can see that failure on a 5 year old heater.
Chris Bryant 11/01/19 11:48am Tech Issues
RE: Hyundai's new hydrogen truck

Not dead. Just spaces in the link Chris posted. I fixed it his quoted post above. Thanks- after retirement I do this on an iPad, and the copy and paste has been adding a space- pain to edit. I edited the original to remove 5he space.
Chris Bryant 10/31/19 04:52pm Tow Vehicles
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