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RE: California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada and back

Is social distancing involved with all this 'visiting' ?
Ed_Gee 07/14/20 11:27am Roads and Routes
RE: Service Plan Refund

Good morning, How does one go about getting a refund? We bought a service plan for 4 years/48,000 miles but we want to sell the RV and want a refund on the plan now. Thanks The process should be in your service plan contract.....or you could just call them and ask .
Ed_Gee 07/13/20 11:13am Good Sam Extended Service Plan
RE: Mattress Recommendations

Www.mattressinsider.com Extremely good if you want quality and comfort....Superb customer service.....money back guaranty. Cust made size and firmness.
Ed_Gee 07/12/20 09:31pm Travel Trailers
RE: WFCO Converter/Charger won't go to Float

13.6 volts IS a float voltage for lead acid batteries. 13.2 volts is a wee tad low for proper float. Don't know where you got your information but it is incorrect. Your charger is not going into Absorb phase because the new batteries are already fully charged..... Google, " lead acid battery float voltage" if you don't believe me.
Ed_Gee 07/12/20 12:15pm Tech Issues
RE: Solar controller float charge at 13.6

For all standard Lead Acid batteries, the nominal float voltage is 13.5 give or take a few tenths. The original poster has no problems.....its a non issue.
Ed_Gee 07/11/20 06:29pm Travel Trailers
RE: Cleaning Black AC cover and other black items

Yes, Aerospace 303 Protectant !
Ed_Gee 07/11/20 06:24pm General RVing Issues
RE: Are RV sewer hose supports necessary?

In my experience I have found that in a majority of RV parks the septic receptacle is higher than ground level, thus allowing the hose to fill when draining and making it very difficult to drain completely into the drain receptacle.....not to mention increasing the potential for leakage and spill. I carry an inexpensive plastic support that collapses to a rather compact size for storing.
Ed_Gee 07/09/20 10:34pm Beginning RVing
RE: Super Noisy A/C

Watch this video done by Fit RV: Coleman Mach 10 NDQ
Ed_Gee 06/30/20 10:00am Tech Issues
RE: Resurgence of the Virus and Travel

Rant: The virus numbers are a crock of lies, anyway. The medical folks are making mucho dinero for every covid patient they can claim. In Arizona it's been proven that one person can be counted multiple times for every covid test administered to that one person thus inflating the count. People can die from other causes and be called a covid death thus further inflating the numbers. Worldwide Pandemic - yet some still think like this. Its no wonder America has the highest COVID rate of any country on the planet. God help us.
Ed_Gee 06/29/20 09:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Route from the South to Glacier Natl Park

We are going Sept 19-23---hopefully everything will be open! The Blackfoot indian reservation has closed eastern access to .glacier Nat. park through October.....at least.
Ed_Gee 06/28/20 07:57pm Roads and Routes
RE: Dogs allowed in camping world

Always have been in my past experiences....
Ed_Gee 06/23/20 07:43pm Camping World Accessories
RE: Off air antenna

What rk911 said....., can we assume you selected ,antenna' input in your TV menu system and then scanned for new channels?
Ed_Gee 06/22/20 10:27pm Tech Issues
RE: AC Vent Blowing Out Bits of Foam

Have seen reports of the fan in the overhead AC unit chewing up bits of insulation that came loose around the fan.....
Ed_Gee 06/20/20 10:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Age old question....but??

3M VHB 4950 tape is proven to be extremely reliable.....and no holes in roof needed!
Ed_Gee 06/19/20 10:10pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: My pet peeve on Class B Plus

It was a pleasure to read Mumkim's response to this. There are so many RVers who don't understand the real difference between a Class B and a Class C......and that there is no such thing as a Class B+ .
Ed_Gee 06/18/20 09:56am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Replacement ideas for pos Jensen a/v receiver

I had good luck with my Voyager camera system and monitor. There are less expensive units available but I had not issues with my Voyager. Contact rvcams.com and they can guide you through something that will fit. The original poster is asking about an Audio/Video entertainment system - NOT a backup camera system. I will follow this discussion as I am in the same boat.
Ed_Gee 06/15/20 11:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Internet Cable Connection

When we needed to hook up to the local cable internet connection we ran coax from outside into the RV at the bottom corner edge of a slide opening, and to a WiFi Cable modem router just inside. From there the Internet was distributed by the WiFi connection. Optionally, you could place the WiFi cable router outside the RV in a safe place and not need to run any cable into the RV.
Ed_Gee 06/13/20 09:07am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Lightweight Generator From Israel

EVs run on 400 to 800 volt batteries. Solar generating systems are being built well over 100 MW and the newest providing power at under 2 cents per kWh. Actually I can't imagine a 22 lb generator will satisfy a remote village (as said in the link) for very long. Still need to truck in fuel at still more cost. Otherwise for RV use let us know when Amazon has some to ship. 1) the comparison to solar was with regard to powering a vehicle.... not a village. You can't fit a 100kW solar system on a car! 2) where do you get "22 pounds" ?? The 16kW generator engine weighs 120kG ! And further, a 16kW very fuel efficient generator will go far to help a simple village off the grid..... even if they have to truck in a few hundred gallons of fuel every month or so.
Ed_Gee 06/11/20 09:35pm Tech Issues
RE: iPads Sold Out

I don't understand why not simply order direct from Apple on their website? I always do....fast and simple....
Ed_Gee 06/11/20 08:58pm Technology Corner
RE: Lightweight Generator From Israel

I have doubts this will be lower cost than solar + battery. I only see portability as the advantage. This new engine is not designed to power a vehicle drivetrain like a rotary internal combustion engine. By its unique nature it is ideal to power a generator circuit.....and quite efficiently, too. Since electric vehicles use around 100VDC circuits/motors, one could not put enough solar panels on a car to be useful. This engine, given its small size and weight, should easily far exceed the generator capacity any solar system could do.....and it works whether sun shines or not.....running on any fossil fuel.
Ed_Gee 06/11/20 08:35pm Tech Issues
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