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Deck over dolly

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kemer 04/18/21 10:52am Class A Motorhomes
Deck over dolly

Has anyone had any experience with a deck over dolly trailer? Just bought a golf cart and need to figure out how to transport it along with my car. Currently have a MasterTow dolly for car but would get rid of it and get a deck over dolly. Any idea as to what they cost? Ease of use? Thanks
kemer 04/18/21 10:52am Dinghy Towing
sewer odor

I've noticed with our motorhome that when I drive it for more than a couple hours, I tend to get strong odors from the black tank seeping into the coach. Not sure why, but here's my theory....When parked, any odors would go up thru the vent stack, but when driving(like 65mph), there would be a strong wind going across the opening of the vent. This might act like a lid preventing odors from escaping....Does this make any sense?
kemer 04/08/21 06:53am Class A Motorhomes
HDMI PART 2

I discovered that Best Buy carries a product that will replace your HDMI cable with wireless. Basically you get a transmitter that hooks up to your source and a receiver unit that hooks to your TV. Very easy to set up. Don't need to mess with cables. A bit pricey...but worth it. A cable cost me about $75, the wireless system was about $150
kemer 11/10/20 02:17pm Class A Motorhomes
HDMI Cable

I have a 2014 Winnebago Sightseer. In the compartment above the driver side is the connections for satellite hookup. I have a DISH Wally receiver in which the HCMI cable goes into the wall and then comes out at the back of the TV. For some reason, I was not getting a signal to the TV. DISH suggested I take a different HDMI cable, run it from the receiver to the TV and see if that works. It worked, so it tells me the existing cable is bad. But now I have a cable running thru the RV. Has anyone replaced the cable that goes thru the wall? From the box to the TV is about 18 feet or so.. Is it difficult to fish a new line thru? I'm thinking about securing the new cable to the old one and pulling it thru from the other end. I didn't know HDMI cables can go bad..... THANKS
kemer 11/08/20 04:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dolly towing and leveling jacks

Probably not....but why take a chance.....
kemer 10/23/20 05:50am Class A Motorhomes
Winterize of Not

Getting ready to head south next week. Having a cold snap here in MN. Temps in the 30s in the day, but down to about 27 at night. Generally I wouldn't winterize for just a day or two when temps stay about 25 but the forecast tonight is for a low of 18!!! I'm wondering if I should winterize for the overnight. The fresh tank is about 3/4 full. Haven't run water thru lines since I last drained. Thought of putting some space heaters in the unit and cranking internal temp up overnight. Would prob drain hot water heater regardless.... Thanks
kemer 10/23/20 05:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: charging batteries

First determine what batteries you have. 12VDC will have six caps and 6VDC will have three. AGM batteries are maintenance free batteries so there will be no caps on them. Since you indicate fluids are full you have STD or wet cell batteries. Finally, look at the batteries and let us know if the positive of one connects to the positive or negative post of the other....a google search will give you lots of info on AGM and Gel....Dennis Each battery has six caps so I'm assuming they are both 12 volts. The positive of one does connect to the positive of the other
kemer 07/26/20 09:37am Class A Motorhomes
charging batteries

I need to put a charger on my house batteries. There are 2 batteries that run in parallel. The fluids are all full. The charger I have will charge AGM, STD, or GEL batteries. I'm assuming these would be STD batteries? Also, with two batteries, there are two positive posts and two negative posts. Do I attach to two of the posts on the same battery? Right now, my voltage meter shows around 5.00 on each battery. THANKS BTW, what are AGM and GEL batteries?
kemer 07/26/20 06:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: House Batteries

I disconnect the chassis battery. I have a switch for both the house and chassis battery. I had an issue with the chassis battery draining. Talked to Winnebago, they said the chassis is not being charged when using shore power. I bought a trik-l-charge and need it install it. My switch for the house batteries(2) is turned on.
kemer 07/20/20 05:17am Class A Motorhomes
House Batteries

I want to clarify something. I have my 2014 Winnebago parked long term for the summer at my cabin. I have it plugged into shore power(50amp). I throw the disconnect for the chassis battery so as to not drain it from smoke detectors, etc. It's my understanding that when plugged into shore power, it will keep the house batteries charged. Correct? I had an issue earlier when I was going to run generator. I disconnected from shore power and the panel inside showed there was no voltage in the house batteries. Tried to start generator but wouldn't start. Didn't have power to even run lights in the coach. House battery fluids are good and batteries are only a couple years old. Suggestions?
kemer 07/19/20 09:14am Class A Motorhomes
Chassis battery issue

I have a 2014 Winnebago sightseer. During the summer I have it parked at my cabin and plugged into 50amp shore power 24x7. After being gone for a couple weeks, I came back up and my chassis battery level basically drained(It's less than a year old). I know that if I store it, I need to switch the coach and chassis batteries off. But I thought as long as I was plugged into shore power, the chassis should keep a charge. The coach battery is normal. I was hoping to start the unit using the battery boost switch and charge the chassis battery, but that wouldn't work either. SUGGESTIONS appreciated.... THANKS
kemer 05/24/20 12:48pm Class A Motorhomes
Chassis battery issue

I have a 2014 Winnebago sightseer. During the summer I have it parked at my cabin and plugged into 50amp shore power 24x7. After being gone for a couple weeks, I came back up and my chassis battery level basically drained(It's less than a year old). I know that if I store it, I need to switch the coach and chassis batteries off. But I thought as long as I was plugged into shore power, the chassis should keep a charge. The coach battery is normal. I was hoping to start the unit using the battery boost switch and charge the chassis battery, but that wouldn't work either. SUGGESTIONS appreciated.... THANKS
kemer 05/24/20 12:34pm Class A Motorhomes
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