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RE: Toad tail lights not working

Check fuses on MH. I think that travel tail fuse different than break & turn signal.
Dusty R 08/20/22 10:18am Tech Issues
RE: Water heater temperature

It's been a long time, but I think I changed one once to a lower temperature setting. Removed and put in a different thermostat.
Dusty R 08/07/22 06:33am Tech Issues
RE: Tornado flush added to black waste tank...

I unhooked the probs and installed electronic sensors, they give % instead of thirds, and are accurate.
Dusty R 07/24/22 10:59am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Leak near Valve/Tank Connection

The SeeLeval is a system that circuit boards that attach/glue to the side of the tanks and measure the level/densaty of the tank, in 10's .
Dusty R 06/25/22 08:25pm Tech Issues
RE: Leak near Valve/Tank Connection

Take a look at SeeLeval gauges for RV holding tanks. The read in much more accurate. If I remember right 10's of the tanks. Not very hard to install.
Dusty R 06/25/22 02:21pm Tech Issues
RE: Puzzling Plumbing Problem

I like to add a bladder type tank.
Dusty R 06/07/22 06:25am Tech Issues
RE: Atwood water heater drain plug tightening

I don't remember make or type of water heater, but a I put a quarter turn valve on our mh water heater, then all I have to do is open the valve to drain it. Down side, can't close cover with drain open.
Dusty R 05/31/22 06:01pm Tech Issues
RE: 7 pin cable

I would use crimp butt splicers and Heat Shrink insulation tubbing. :R Rookie mistake. Crimps work best with proper quality crimping tool, very few people have the proper crimping tool and substitute pliers and crush the connection making a very poor and unreliable connection. Additionally, standard heatshrink tubing is not weather proof or water tight and moisture will destroy the connections hidden inside the tubing. Not to mention the average backyard electrician won't have a good heat gun and will use matches or a lighter to shrink the tubing making a mess of the job.. For heatshrink tubing to work in the outdoors you must get adheasive lined tubing, it has a heat activated glue that surrounds and seals around the wire insulation making a good water and weather tight seal.. But, a good electrician will try to avoid allowing connections to be exposed to weather which means taking the connections back to the original connection box which is protected from the weather. Inside that box, the connections are made with wire nuts, no need to reinvent the wheel. Just use the existing wire nuts inside that box and all will be fine. True, but I do have the proper tool. I'm a retired construction electrician. And if I remember right, a box is required when the voltage is above 35 volts. On a trailer a box collects road salt and rusts.
Dusty R 05/26/22 05:44am Tech Issues
RE: 7 pin cable

I would use crimp butt splicers and Heat Shrink insulation tubbing.
Dusty R 05/25/22 06:21pm Tech Issues
RE: Aqua Magic IV toilet part

A part on our RV toilet broke and we learned that parts were not available, so we ordered a new toilet, then ew found a new part. That was a few years ago, the new toilet is still in it's shipping box.
Dusty R 05/17/22 06:13am Tech Issues
RE: Can Tow providers mount new tire to wheel ?

Or put a hitch on the front of mh and carry the spare there.
Dusty R 05/13/22 07:24am Class C Motorhomes
RE: cricket golf cart for a rv

Seams like I've seen a hitch platform with caster wheels.
Dusty R 05/09/22 10:32am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Replacement City Water Inlet recommendation

I have some O-ring type hose gaskets, they work nice.
Dusty R 05/06/22 09:06am Tech Issues
RE: 50A RV with 30A plug?

Google 50 amp RV cord. They are different than what you have. I would guess that some previous owner made some changes, perhaps from RV 30A to 50A.
Dusty R 04/25/22 11:12am Tech Issues
RE: Mixed Solar upgrade

I read somewhere once that Michigan ranks 47th of the 48 continental states, in available sunshine. Anyone know if there's a chart somewhere that gives the amount of power that you could expect to be produced in your area ?
Dusty R 04/12/22 06:08am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Dometic toilet valave problem

We had the valve break in the toilet in our mh, don't remember why/how, but were told that a new valve was not available, so we bought a new toilet. Then found and bought a new valve. So for the last couple of years we have a new RV toilet, still in box, sitting in our garage.
Dusty R 04/12/22 05:55am Tech Issues
RE: Furnace using too much propane

It's been a few years since I've looked, but a RV furnace is the most in- efficient furnace there is. It has 2 fans, 1 motor. 1 pushes air threw the inside of the combustion. The other circulates air over the outside of the combustion chamber, that is heated to warm the RV. When the T-stat calls for heat the fan motor turns on for a pre set time, to purge the inside of the combustion chamber with air from outdoors, before the burner lights. When the RV T-stat reaches the set temperature the burner turns off and fan motor continues to run until cooling the combustion chamber to a preset temperature. It seems to me that it wood be better to put a dampers on the combustion chamber to turn the air flow on/off.
Dusty R 03/31/22 05:20pm Tech Issues
RE: Butt splice connector to join 10 gauge to 12 gauge wire?

Not all wire nuts are alike, I've seen some that you needed to be very watchful of them when installing them. The best are Schlock by 3M.
Dusty R 03/29/22 08:26pm Tech Issues
RE: Furnace - propane stop/start during its on cycle?

Also the squirrel cage fan can get dirty and cause it to not move enough air.
Dusty R 03/05/22 08:15am Tech Issues
RE: What System panel do i have?

Not what you are asking, but check out "Sea Level" tank sensors. A much better system given levels in %. And not very hard to install. Actually, ‘SeeLevel’ by Garnet. Good catch, thanks.
Dusty R 03/03/22 03:46pm Tech Issues
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