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RE: Benefit to a cover

13 years of ADCO cover use and this is what our old Wildcat looked like the day we traded it in. I attribute its like-new condition to winter covering. https://i.imgur.com/4Xsfsp8.jpg?1
ScottG 09/22/19 06:50pm Travel Trailers
RE: Benefit to a cover

Lynmore, Your link locked up the firefox browser on my computer. I use Firefox and didn't have a problem. I think you need to add or enable Adobe Flash in order to see it. Firefox Flash update I hate PhotoBucket and really need to move to something better. The problem also might be they are holding me hostage till I pay the ransom. I hate PB as well. They lost all my pics and just said "Sorry, it happens sometimes". Now I use Imgur. Never a problem and unlike PB, it loads super fast.
ScottG 09/22/19 12:29pm Travel Trailers
RE: Dometic refrigerator left off for 10 mo. not working

Fuse blew because element is bad.
ScottG 09/22/19 11:06am Tech Issues
RE: Fridge temp change

The Norcold fridge in our TT has issues with it temp going all over the place. When it's warm out, it's warmer inside and not because it doesn't have the cooling power. It's only because the thermostat shuts it off at different temps. So if it's 80 outside , it cools to 40ish and shuts off. When the temp drops to the 60's, the thrermostat decides 32 is good. I know the stat has no idea what the outside temp is so this is baffling to me. Our old American had no such characteristic. Then we finaly took a trip where the fridge was full but not stuffed. It did great! Temps were very constant.
ScottG 09/22/19 10:21am Tech Issues
RE: Who do we notify when moderators break the rules?

I thought it was tongue and cheek and I liked it.
ScottG 09/21/19 10:03pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: closing of a complaints post

So is this the new thing? When I'm done with a thread I just have the mods close it and no one can ever see it again? Becasue hey, I got what *I* wanted from it. Sure makes the "Search" function useless.
ScottG 09/21/19 03:32pm Truck Campers
RE: New gadget

Very cool item!
ScottG 09/21/19 03:29pm RV Lifestyle
RE: new generator time

Trust us, it isn't 2 phase but it's a common misconception. Hubbby may think your house is 2 phase as well but it isn't. They're single, split phase.
ScottG 09/20/19 10:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: how do you post pics here at rv.net using imgur?

If you use imgur then copy the "Direct Link" address from the imgur website and use the photo icon https://i.imgur.com/sVDfhts.jpg?1 height=25 to attach the image to your post. Make sure you set the height to something like 400 You don't even need to use the photo icon, which is an extra step. Just click on the BBCode link and paste in the post.
ScottG 09/20/19 10:50am Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: mysterious disapearing topic

Then they better have someone follow my posts because I intend to let people know about the lousy quality of my $65K NORTHWOOD trailer and the lies they told me every chance I get.
ScottG 09/20/19 10:46am Truck Campers
RE: 2019 Keystone 330RL Wall Damage

Like new cars, RV's have lots of body repairs before they even leave the factory. If you know what to look for (as I have learned lately) then you'll see repairs everywhere. You can imagine the same careless assemblers that haphazardly throw the inside together now handling the outside. They cant help but have damage. The manufacturer should cover the repair, which will look like an ultra smooth, shiny spot when done.
ScottG 09/20/19 10:41am Travel Trailers
RE: DC Power Issue

No, you need to ground the neg side of the meter (battery negative or chassis ground) and connect the positive lead to both sides of the breaker in turn when everything dies. You should get +12v on both sides of the breaker.
ScottG 09/19/19 10:30pm Tech Issues
RE: DC Power Issue

When everything dies, check for voltage on both sides of the auto resetting breaker. I suspect one side will be dead and the breaker is tripping prematurely.
ScottG 09/19/19 09:11pm Tech Issues
RE: Pioneer radio installt

Blue/white wires are remote power on signals. So the blue/white wire from the head is an output that signals things like amps to turn on but doesn't actually power them. You need to connect the wire from your b/u lights to the Violet/white wire on the head unit.
ScottG 09/19/19 08:58pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Pioneer radio installt

The camera can be turned on manually if desired. To get it to turn on automatically when it goes in reverse, you may have to run a single wire all the way from the head to the tail light on one side and tap into the b/u lamp there. The b/u light power isn't important to anything else so it may not be anywhere under the dash.
ScottG 09/19/19 04:26pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: how do you post pics here at rv.net using imgur?

Resize pics to 480X640 max. using the "View and Edit" tool. Copy the BBCode link and paste it in your post. Easy peazy.
ScottG 09/19/19 03:52pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Pioneer radio installt

It's needed for the backup camera. You give us no idea what vehicle you have so impossible to answer. On my truck the only place you could get it was at the switch on the trans or the tail light itself. On newer trucks it might go to the computer. It's going to be model specific. BTW, I've had the Pioneer AVIC 8200NEX for several years and it is fantastic.
ScottG 09/19/19 02:24pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: States Visited Map Rules

Do I have to admit to all of them?
ScottG 09/19/19 10:30am Roads and Routes
RE: Route from Astoria, OR to Wenatchee, WA

I prefer I405 to Hwy 2. Gorgeous drive!
ScottG 09/19/19 10:26am Roads and Routes
RE: New trailer (almost)

This is getting blown way out of proportion for such a minor problem. The dealer will get a replacement window and it will be replaced under warranty. No big deal. (I WISH that had been all that was wrong with mine). I would take the trailer until the part comes in and go camping. Two weeks and the possibility for more. as it sounds like they don't even have parts to fix it. i'd call that a little more than a big deal. I would talk to the manager again and mention that you want your money back and that your going to contact an attorney, see what that does to the conversation. Jay D. No, I would call something like a bad leak or the need for a new roof (my case) a "major" problem. A window, like any single piece, is just something to be swapped out. A window is something I would let them get and then return the RV during the off-season for replacement. No one has refused to fix anything. They just need to get the part and for something that size, it will probably come inside another new trailer when it is delivered. That's how they ship larger items. Don't sweat this.
ScottG 09/17/19 07:46pm Travel Trailers
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