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RE: New to the board and Class A scene

If she drives at all, have her learn to drive it also, and enough that she gets comfortable doing it. And be very careful getting up and moving around while it is in motion. It is great to be able to move around while in motion, but don't try to cook a five course meal. But a crock pot in the sink works very well if you have 110v available.
Johno02 09/12/19 08:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New to the board and Class A scene

Just wait till you cross a high bridge with low railings.... The view gets really good!
Johno02 09/12/19 08:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replace RV headlamps

Here is a link to the company I used to replace mine. RV Headlights
Johno02 09/12/19 06:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tv antenna upgrade questions

That box is your power supply to your antenna. It is a discontinued product, but here is a link for information BOMB
Johno02 09/12/19 05:52pm Technology Corner
RE: Long term camping

Lots and lots of such places on the Tennessee river and lakes in Tennessee, Alabama and Kentucky. Our kids have a semi-permanent place in a nice quiet campground below Wheeler Dam near Florence, Al Would recommend it, but not sure if any sites are available. If you are looking for a long term site, you really need to visit and see if it meets your needs. Even though waterside is very nice, flooding can be a severe problem. Last year, the river rose up to 15 feet at many riverside sites. BTW, that is about 5 feet above the top of most RVs.
Johno02 09/12/19 05:39pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tv antenna upgrade questions

According to their documentation, the Signal Commander does require power(12v) to the antenna and amplifier located in the antenna head. Check your diverter, it may also be the power source. If possible, use a meter to check for power at the antenna. If no power, that may well be you biggest problem.
Johno02 09/12/19 05:27pm Technology Corner
RE: Tv antenna upgrade questions

Bill, back some time ago, someone posted results of testing the Sensar against others. Have you seen any results for the commander??
Johno02 09/12/19 05:16pm Technology Corner
RE: Tv antenna upgrade questions

From Bridgeport, you should be able to get both Chattanooga and Huntsville, depending on your location with the hills. If you are at the bottom of the hill, pay for satellite.
Johno02 09/12/19 03:08pm Technology Corner
RE: Tv antenna upgrade questions

Not sure about yours, but it is easy to check. I have seen a signal diverter box, selector buttons, that had the 12v power source in it, and did not have the wall plate version. This may be your situation. And actually, the amplifier is in the antenna head, that is the need for the 12v on the coax. The voltage source also strips that off to keep it out of your TVs. I upgraded several years ago to the winegard sensar IV antenna, which camme with the wingman installed, and it made a big difference. Later, I installed the Winegard Sensar Pro wall unit inside, replacing the standard plate power supply. It also has an additional adjustable amplifier built in, with the two, Signals 60+ miles (over flat land) are easy. It does need to be carefullly aimed however.
Johno02 09/12/19 02:55pm Technology Corner
RE: Help, need old a/c shroud replaced

Replaced AC shroud last year outside ST.Louis for less than $150.
Johno02 09/12/19 09:06am Travel Trailers
RE: RV GPS Units / GPS Apps that ACTUALLY WORK???

Remember that most GPS units and their software are made in Eastern Europe, by people that have no idea even where the US is, much less how high a bridge is. Keep that in mind as you blindlessly follow a GPS into unknown places.
Johno02 09/12/19 07:59am General RVing Issues
RE: Black Water Tank Missing Capacity

may be an air bubble, or they lied
Johno02 09/09/19 04:27pm Tech Issues
RE: How come?

Daily vitamins, and Honey on you oatmeal. I keep a Flonase spray in the MH for allergies because the pollens are always different from where we were before.
Johno02 09/09/19 08:47am RV Lifestyle
RE: Branson Mo to Panama City Fl.

65 south is probaaly more direct, but remember it goes down through the Ozarks. I have never been that way, but I intend to stay OUT of the Ozarks in I am driving. East, then south keeps you out of the mountains. Mostly flat.
Johno02 09/08/19 07:04pm Roads and Routes
RE: Branson Mo to Panama City Fl.

Go north to 60, take that east to I55, then south. May be a bit further, but its an easier drive. I personally cut across from Poplar Bluff to Kenett, then 412 east past I55, but we are going on further east.
Johno02 09/08/19 06:05pm Roads and Routes
RE: Bugs...

If you have slides, look under there. We had the same problem with ladybugs, vacummed up several bags full of them, and still see some occasionally. Our front slide has carpet which covers the edge we raised that up and found hundreds. We had a small hand vac, (dustbuster type) and just about wore it out. But it was the only thing that worked. If you should get this type vacuum, be sure to get one with an extension hose and nozzle. The flex hose is much easier to use and to get in corners.
Johno02 09/08/19 06:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: Photo Test

Beats my Galaxy 9+...
Johno02 09/06/19 06:41pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Reversible Vent Fan

Mine s reversable, and I have used it both ways, depending on the occasion and need. However, I haven't checked ours too closely, but most fan blades are designed with a curve like an airplane wing, to move air better in one direction. Doesn't mean that it won't work the other way, but there may be a slight difference. Probably not enough to notice. Observe most home ceiling fans, those blades are just flat paddles, and they will move air in either direction.
Johno02 09/06/19 06:37pm Tech Issues
RE: Chatanooga Bound

BTW, if you go to the visitor centers, tell them that we sent you.
Johno02 09/06/19 05:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Chatanooga Bound

And if you are really bored, you can go out and jump off the top of the mountain with a parasail.
Johno02 09/06/19 05:57pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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