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RE: Momentary switch on my Powergear Slide

You're right, so the next time it failes I'll pull the panel and test the connected apparently failed out going switch legs with the multimeter. That should give me the answer about this switch. Thank.
docsouce 09/04/20 07:10am Tech Issues
RE: Momentary switch on my Powergear Slide

Mine is electric too. I agree that this floor situation is part of, or maybe the reason for this failure. The dealer I bought the RV from has a very good reputation as far as warranty work goes. We'll see I guess. As I said this has happened twice so far. I'm heading out tomorrow for a week across northern New England. If it happens again I'm going to swap the load wire positions and see what happens. I haven't heard anything binding and the RV is level.
docsouce 09/03/20 08:32pm Tech Issues
RE: Momentary switch on my Powergear Slide

I'm bringing it in on Sept 23, for the first round of warranty work. I really want to be more familiar with the possibilities so I can tell if they are being straight with me. Good suggestion with the connections I'll double Check least I know how to get the thing to work again. The main reason for the warranty appointment is to take care of the bolts pushing up through the floor....
docsouce 09/03/20 03:56pm Tech Issues
Momentary switch on my Powergear Slide

So it seems if I stop retracting then start again to finish the cycle, the extend (yes extend)side of the momentary switch fails. When I push the extend side nothing happens, but if I push the retract side again, quickly just to see what happens, I can hear a solenoid or something click. Now when I replace the switch, everything is OK...Now for the heck of it I did a continuity test and both sides of the switch and have continuity. The multimeter shows .6 ohms on both sides so the switch should be ok... The rig is a 2020 Jayco 26XD. The switch is a JR Products 12695 Mom-on/off/Mom-on seems like a very light duty switch for this size slide but that is what the factory installed. I'm missing something here..
docsouce 09/03/20 02:57pm Tech Issues
RE: Got the bugs off...

Nice job. Just did the same thing, except I set up my "Hillbilly Staging" (1 six foot ladder with the 5th rung built up 4 inches on each side then slide with a 2x10 across to clear the hood). I am able to reach that difficult upper center section so I don't have to go up on the roof and hang down head first. Makes putting your favorite anti bug splatter wax/coating on (I use Rejex) much easier too.
docsouce 08/26/20 02:53pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 2 sided screen door latch handle

Well Amazon delivered the Camco screen door opener yesterday. I followed the directions, except for dropping the hole down 1/4 of an inch on suggestions from the Amazon reviews of this product. The thing certainly isn't fancy but it works as intended. Now for the acid test. We're heading out to Scusset Beach State Reservation here in Ma. for four days starting this coming Thursday. We'll see how it can handle the action of the RV front lines.
docsouce 08/24/20 05:29am General RVing Issues
RE: 2 sided screen door latch handle

Dutch. Great suggestion. Looks like just what's needed. I'll do an update after I install it.
docsouce 08/22/20 06:25am General RVing Issues
2 sided screen door latch handle

My last class C had a Dexter screen door and a latch handle in both sides and a slide panel to provide access to the main door when both are closed. Nice. The new class C has one latch handle on the outside. I don't really like this set up. I've been searching for a changeover kit that has the inside and outside latch handles but so far I can't find anything. Is there such a changeover kit available?
docsouce 08/21/20 06:29am General RVing Issues
RE: New England Travel

We live in Massachusetts. My wife and I are in full quarantine waiting for our covid 19 test results. We returned from a 25 day Midwest road trip yesterday (Aug 15) at around 8am. We had our test set up at a local hospital for yesterday too. Those tests cost us $150 each which we had to pay out of our pocket. Results in 24 to 72 hours. We'll see. Until we get the results we must fully quarantine. We filled out the required Mass travel form, and have been getting text messages from the state reminding us of the returning traveler requirements. My opinion on these rules really don't matter though. I just don't want to get fined $500 per day for not following them.. Before entering this state I would strongly suggest you look up these Mass travel rules that took effect Aug 1. Ok. To be fair. We took our tests yesterday aug 15, at 1020am. We just received our negative results at 305pm today, aug 16. I am impressed.
docsouce 08/16/20 12:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Another Mile, Another Day

I too am with the 150-225 miles per day, interstate avoiding, camp set up by 200pm posters. I jump on the interstate to escape this east coast madness after that it's back roads,small towns and Mom and Pop Campgrounds as much as possible.
docsouce 07/16/20 07:52pm Roads and Routes
RE: I-81 Road Work South of I-80 in Pennsylvania

Thanks that is a handy website.
docsouce 07/16/20 06:01pm Roads and Routes
I-81 Road Work South of I-80 in Pennsylvania

I'm planning to head southbound through this area with My class C no tow. Looking at Google maps seems like the work is on the northbound side. Is that the case? We'll be leaving from the Tri State RV Park in Matamoras PA next Wednesday July 23 and I can just take Rt 209 through the Delaware Water Gap and pick up I-81 south of the work area. Longer ride but better than sitting in stopped traffic.
docsouce 07/15/20 03:48pm Roads and Routes
RE: trip to Idaho

If you are near the southern area of the state "Craters of the Moon" national monument is very interesting. Plenty of camping just up the road in Arco.
docsouce 06/25/20 05:18am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Which Michelin for Class C

I was going to replace the Michelin M/S2's on my 22ft Class C with a set of Michelin Agilis Cross Country tires. The FMCA tire program offered a good discount for these Michelin tires. Then I traded in this RV and bought a 2020 Jayco 26XD. This year Jayco is running Hankook Dyna Pro HT 225/75r/16 115/112S M/S tires. I just picked this RV up last week and haven't put any miles on it yet, but I thought this information might help.
docsouce 06/05/20 05:34am Class C Motorhomes
RE: % bleach to sanitize fresh water tanks

Related Question. Do you guys drain and isolate your hot water tank or sanitize that too..
docsouce 06/01/20 07:05am Beginning RVing
RE: Level Mate Pro

I can seek a you would think that. I should never post until after my first cup of coffee!!! My brain isn't level yet..LOL!
docsouce 05/05/20 08:56am General RVing Issues
RE: Level Mate Pro

Yes I use the manual level method. Works fine as I explained. I'm wondering about the "Level Mate Pro".
docsouce 05/05/20 08:16am General RVing Issues
Level Mate Pro

Anybody using this system to level their RV? I had a friend tell me about it and it sure looks interesting. I don't have auto levelers so I use wood blocks and 2 2X10''x3ft ramp to level. I pull in, eyeball the RV then put the blocks down where I think they are needed. I've gotten good at it but sometimes there is a site that I just can't figure out. So I good enough it. This is supposed to let me know how much each wheel needs to be adjusted. Sounds interesting.
docsouce 05/05/20 07:20am General RVing Issues
RE: Still no Stimulus Payment I found this yesterday. I never tried to post an internet address before so I don't know if this thing will work. According to the article, money will be released for people,(lowest income first) who receive SSI, VA, and Railroad Retirement on May 1. Folks that have an "adjusted gross income" of $10,000 or less on the week of April 24.. Then the next week for people with "AGI" of $10,001 to $20,000 then next week $20,001 to $30,000 and so on. This was posted by Forbes yesterday Here is the schedule from the article. Taxpayers who have the lowest annual adjusted gross income as reported on their 2018 or 2019 tax return will receive their checks first. Here is the planned weekly schedule (week-ending dates): • Less than $10,000: April 24 • $10,001 - $20,000: May 1 • $20,001 - $30,000: May 8 • $30,001 - $40,000: May 15 • $40,001 - $50,000: May 22 • $50,001 - $60,000: May 29 • $60,001 - $70,000: June 5 • $70,001 - $80,000: June 12 • $80,001 - $90,000: June 19 • $90,001 - $100,000: June 26 • $100,001 - $110,000: July 3 • $110,001 - $120,000: July 10 • $120,001 - $130,000: July 17 • $130,001- $140,000: July 24
docsouce 04/24/20 07:52am Around the Campfire
RE: RV cover

I've have the "Elements Premium all Climate" just finished the 4th year with it. I should be able to get 1 more year out of it. I think that because it just happened to be a very tight fit made it last this long. I tape old cut up bath towels around the usual corners and pull the bottom straps just tight enough to let the top settle when the snow piles up. Because of the tight fit, there hasn't been any damage from rubbing. I usually put it on mid November and off at the end of March.
docsouce 04/16/20 06:48am General RVing Issues
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