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RE: Sacramento to Hwy 395

I do 50,89, 88 to 395 all the time with my 35' toyhauler. No problem.
freewayrandy 01/29/20 06:48am Roads and Routes
RE: Sacramento to South Carolina

Just to clarify, I'm asking for a neighbor who may be moving to S.C. No dillydallying, just looking for the most direct route.
freewayrandy 01/12/20 05:40am Roads and Routes
Sacramento to South Carolina

Was thinking 50 to 95 south to Vegas 40 to S.C. Any other suggestions? Trying to avoid too many mountains.
freewayrandy 01/07/20 07:34am Roads and Routes
RE: 2007 Fleetwood Terra LX?

Thanks Bud, we just figured that out. Works fine now, but gen still won't start from the dashboard switch.
freewayrandy 11/26/19 11:33am Class A Motorhomes
2007 Fleetwood Terra LX?

My neighbor has this MH, new to him, and yesterday we fired the gen for power to a compressor to blow out the waterlines to winterize and we got no current to the MH. In the basement by the city water connection there is a female 4 prong plug-in. Is there an additional cord that has to be plugged in to supply power to the rig? Also, the gen would not start from the dashboard control. only started from the gen itself.
freewayrandy 11/26/19 11:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Any HVAC experts?

May want to consider, instead of a traditional peaked roof, building a shed style roof on somewhere between 30 and 45 degree angle. This will deflect the dripping and block minimal air. That's what I'm planning but I need to know what distance between the top of the pump and the roof would allow for adequate air flow.
freewayrandy 11/12/19 01:22pm Around the Campfire
Any HVAC experts?

I want to put a small roof over my heat pump outside as it sits right under the eave of the house and in winter the snow melts during the day and drips on it then freezes at night freezing up the fan. What would be a minimum distance should I keep between the pump and the roof for sufficient airflow?
freewayrandy 11/12/19 12:20pm Around the Campfire
RE: How many volts....

Final result....batteries are gone.
freewayrandy 10/08/19 06:38am Tech Issues
RE: How many volts....

May as well post the brand and model of the trickle charger. And as long as you are poking around with a meter... get the voltage right at the charger output. Print a copy of this for each of you: The 12 Volt Side of Life 12 volt side of life.....great article, Thanks.
freewayrandy 10/07/19 09:28am Tech Issues
RE: How many volts....

If we were to get the gen fired up, that should charge the batts. too, right?
freewayrandy 10/07/19 09:16am Tech Issues
RE: How many volts....

Thanks for the replys and to 'set the stage' for the issue here, he went to the rig for something and when he closed the door the step would not retract all the way back in. Then he heard a clicking from near the steps, apparently from not enough voltage to retract them all the way. I went over and told him we need to check the batteries. The coach batteries, 2 6 volters, 1 was way low on water in all 3 cells the other was way low as well. We topped them off with distilled water then plugged it in to shore power. I checked the terminals with a multimeter and had only about 6.5 volts between the two. I thought there would have been at least 12 volts. Another issue here? Perhaps the batts. are toast?
freewayrandy 10/07/19 08:23am Tech Issues
How many volts....

Asking for my neighbor who recently got his first Class A, a used one, when plugged in to shore power, how many volts should we be seeing going to the coach batteries? Assuming there is a trickle charger built in to this unit.
freewayrandy 10/07/19 07:09am Tech Issues
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