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RE: ? "Easy" Toilet Blade Seal Replacement?

If you have Fantastic type fans set it to high blowing IN. With all other openings closed it will prevent smell from black tank. Art.
Rvpapa 11/04/20 11:14am General RVing Issues
RE: Marshall changeover regulator doesn’t indicate empty tank

Check that the plastic cover over the r/g indicator has not been pushed down covering the space for the red to show. Art
Rvpapa 09/28/20 11:08am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Multiple blowouts in short time

You are towing level ? Art
Rvpapa 09/23/20 11:41am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Black Tank Valve Replacement

One way that works for us that I do about once every couple of months. Dump tank; dump a five gallon bucket of water through toilet, close dump valve and pour in about a pint of cheap vegetable cooking oil (canola) and then wait a few minutes to let the oil float on the surface of the water that remains. Next go out and work the valve open and closed as rapidly as you can. Valve gate will pick up enough oil after five or six open and closes to make a surprising difference. Works for us for a good twenty years so far. Art.
Rvpapa 05/30/20 08:39pm Tech Issues
RE: Generac GP3300 modifications

Edit above reply to correct for a senior moment. change SERIES to PARALLEL :o Art
Rvpapa 03/04/20 11:59am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Generac GP3300 modifications

If it is surging now, putting windings in series for full output as 120VAC is not going to change anything. Get engine running and governed smoothly and your microwave will probably be happy. Art.
Rvpapa 03/03/20 03:50pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: How stupid can people be

Back in the ' good old days ' cars had real rear bumpers that you could get a solid grip with both hands. Nowadays not so much. That leaves the only way is to lie on your back and hold on with one hand because you need the other hand to take the obligatory selfie. Art
Rvpapa 02/12/20 10:24am Around the Campfire
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