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RE: What is the little red LED light on the Tank Monitor Panel

I knew this was the place to ask. Thank you for the quick and specific answer. I have been using the electric w/h but I guess I should exercise the gas side occasionally.
Lakeland Bob 06/11/20 10:13pm Travel Trailers
What is the little red LED light on the Tank Monitor Panel

I had occasion to remove the RV Tank Sensor Monitor Panel M25 | KIB from the wall and disconnect the wires. In doing so I discovered a tiny red LED light located between the electric and gas activator switches that had the initials "DSI" & "FLT" above and below it. After searching the owners manual for my trailer and the internet information web for monitor panel KIB, model M25 I found absolutely nothing. So in desperation I turn to you guys who know all. The panel is not TT/RV brand specific so the information is not specific to my TT alone. Unable to post a picture but you can find the panel here: Thank you in advance.
Lakeland Bob 06/11/20 09:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: Electric black tank dump valve. Worth it?

I gather this subject is about "optional" electric drains on new RVs. However, I installed these "Barker Manufacturing Company 24140 1.5"and 3" Auto-Drains" on my TT to assist me in draining the tanks. The manual pull handles were positioned in a way as to cause me to bend in such a way as to cause me problems with my back and knees. I love them. And if they should malfunction, it is easy enough to manully override them. Would definitely recommend them and would install them again if the need arose.
Lakeland Bob 03/25/20 05:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: Large dog

We travel with 2 x 75 lb. Weimaraners. They love traveling with us. Yes, it can be a problem with potty breaks but I need one more than they do. Also, walking them is sometimes inconvenient to what I want to do, usually sleep. But we take them when we sight see or eat out, leaving them in the truck with the windows down and a water bowl. When we are going to want to do something where we cannot take them, we will have located a kennel for them and made reservations well in advance. That way we know what shots are required before we leave home. The dogs love staying at the kennel as we make sure they get "daycare" privileges to play with the other dogs. The pleasure and feeling of security we get having them with us far out weighs any inconvenience they may cause.
Lakeland Bob 11/22/19 08:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tongue Jack Issues

"Surprised so many don't want the remote with the Husky. My next one will have the remote so I can back up with my camera and drop the tongue on the ball without getting out of the truck. I typically hook up alone. When my wife helps, she does a great job, but she is often still doing stuff." This is exactly what I do. On a good day I only have to get out to close the latch. I did find, however, that it is sometimes difficult to tell when I was in position for the hook up because of the shadow behind the truck. So I painted the couplier and ball mount a florescent orange, problem solved.
Lakeland Bob 09/17/19 10:33am General RVing Issues
RE: Full timers warning

Is it possible that the people "investigating" were from the Virginia DMV (or some such) looking to find people living in Virginia longer than allowed w/o registering the motor vehicles and TT?
Lakeland Bob 09/02/19 07:09pm Travel Trailers
RE: Propane valve wont seal - unusual? How to fix?

I would suggest taking the tank to a Propane Supplier (not a refill it place). They will know how to deal with the tank. Be very careful with the tank as a leaking valve would be very much a hazard to transport. It might be safer to transport it while it is installed because as soon as you disconnect it it will be leaking into the atmosphere. Good luck.
Lakeland Bob 08/31/19 06:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: How to replace handrail cushion?

This is what I used, The 1" size slides right on, heat it with heat gun or hair drier and disassembly of the handrail is easy. Feels good on the hand and is holding up well. I used black but it comes in many colors.
Lakeland Bob 07/19/19 08:28pm Travel Trailers
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