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RE: Winegard Road Trip SDI in motion satellite problems

DISH or DirecTV ?
lryrob9301 08/23/19 09:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dash A/C Problem

Also check the condenser fan operation at idle. If the fan doesn't come on the compressor head pressure will rise causing it to lock up.
lryrob9301 08/21/19 09:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Toad on a Dolly

Suggest you tell the wife that she is responsible for loading and unloading the car on the dolly, securing it, hooking up the lights and safety chains. You'll be flat towing after the first trip.
lryrob9301 07/30/19 08:57pm Dinghy Towing
RE: RV parks on 80 east

Or you could look here R V Park Reviews
lryrob9301 07/23/19 07:37pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tiffin Motorhome repair Red Bay rule change

Try here After Hours Tech List
lryrob9301 06/20/19 08:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Home monitoring system?

Why bother with all this monitoring. When we leave everything is turned off, disconnected, and shut down. The water is turned off and pipes drained, the heat is set to 45 degrees, the water heater set to pilot, and a few lights on timers are left connected, everything else is disconnected. I have a trusted guy cut the grass, trim the bushes, rake the leaves, and snow blow as needed during the winter. If a tree falls on the house my neighbor or the trusted guy will contact me.
lryrob9301 06/20/19 10:28am Technology Corner
RE: Hot Water Tanks with Anode Rods

Sorry the previous poster was incorrect. Suburban tanks are aluminum, so the need for an anode rod and why they don't rust. Atwood tanks are glass lined thus no need for an anode rod.
lryrob9301 06/16/19 04:44pm Tech Issues
RE: Flat tow setup

Iryrob, Thanks for that heads up on the wireless tail lights, have you tried them? Im getting ready to do a flat towing setup and those lights seem like the ticket. Thanks again Been using a set of TOW MATE wireless lights for 8 years. They work everytime, in any weather, and never scratch the paint. All you have to do is recharge them after a days towing.
lryrob9301 06/15/19 08:38pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Death Wobble lawsuit

This lawsuit has nothing to do with Wrangler's being used as a toad. The lawsuit is about a steering shake when being DRIVEN.
lryrob9301 06/15/19 08:33pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Installing base plates in a 2006 Grand Vitara

Now you know why most shops charge 8 hrs.for a baseplate install.
lryrob9301 06/15/19 08:28pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Flat tow setup

That price is about $1000 high depending on their labor rate and type of auxiliary braking system. First thing forget Blue Ox, overpriced and uneven quality welds. Base Plate Roadmaster $425 Tow Bar Roadmaster $650 Installation included with base plate Aux Brake RV3 Brake $1250 Portable unit no installation charge Wireless Tow Lights $325 Magnetic Wireless unit no Installation charge Total Equipment $2650 Base Plate Labor $1000 8.0 hrs @ $125/hr. Total Ready to Tow $3650
lryrob9301 06/10/19 06:40pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Safeco RV insurance

Don't worry that $200 advantage will disappear come renewal time plus some !!!
lryrob9301 06/07/19 07:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: wi fi smart tv

You could try, but most campground WIFI is so slow and overloaded that it will probably not work. Also campground WIFI is not secure so anyone on their system could possibly cause problems with your TV.
lryrob9301 06/06/19 10:18am Technology Corner
RE: Internet

hands down the best mobile broadband solution I've found is the Verizon Unlimited Mifi Jetpack Hotspot plan. I use the prepaid option for $65/mo and had to buy a used mifi device. If youbhave verizon already it's some like a $20/month add on and you can get their newest mifi device for a few bucks more per month. It's a truly unlimited plan. I hit 300gb/mo all the time. Never encountered throttling when I've wandered. Prepaid is a lower priority than if you are monthly postpaid. My speeds are in the 35-60mbps range. Those are very good for rural or remote areas. The device can handle something like 10 or 12 connections. It I have two Fire TV Sticks, my PC and we have as many as 3-4 phones using it simultaneously. I bought the older 7730I mifi device. The new one is 8800I (cat 13 speed potential which is pretty fast). These devices so not support 5G but we aren't going to see 5G when we all roam for a while yet so i wouldn't grab that carrot. It really has made a huge difference for our travels. The devices are also battery powered with removable batteries so I grabbed two extra on Amazon for $20 each. I'm notba Verizon fan but this plan is truly the best unlimited hotspot plan. It's a fair price and no more worries about using your hotspot data on your phone in just a day or two. I'm super pleased with it..I'm notba Verizon fan but this plan is truly the best unlimited hotspot plan. It's a fair price and no more worries about using your hotspot data on your phone in just a day or two. I'm super pleased with it... And the plan was dropped by Verizon yesterday, no longer available.
lryrob9301 05/22/19 02:49pm Technology Corner
RE: Thor Vegas 24.1 Couch replacement?

There is an outfit in Red Bay, AL called Bunkhouse RV Conversions (256-356-8634) that has a showroom stacked full of take-outs from Tiffin coaches. They replaced my 68" sleeper sofa with a special order recliner sofa last year. The manager is Benny Johnston. As to getting it through the door, the sofa comes apart. Usually the backs come off and the end arms and the bed frame if equipped.
lryrob9301 05/21/19 07:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Reno/sparks, Nevada service center

For anyone with a diesel Motorhome, if you are ever in the Reno/Sparks area of northern Nevada and need maintenance, I do not recommend Velocity Truck Center, the Freightliner dealer in Sparks. I don’t have a comfortable feeling with their Motorhome section. My fleetwood discovery is a freightliner chassis and has a bad dash air compressor. I took it in yesterday morn for my appointment at 0900 and they still have it. May change my opinion after I get the bill, but probably not. Rocky Mountain Cummins is a much friendly place for service Yep, Rocky Mountain Cummins is a Cummins Coach Care Service facility.
lryrob9301 05/02/19 07:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Terrain / Equinox 6 Cyl

The V6 models with a charge wire do not need any fuses pulled. V6 models have hydraulic steering not electric. If you do not have a charge wire then you would need to pull fuse #32 which powers the GPS radio and shift interlock relays.
lryrob9301 04/23/19 01:55pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Air pressure

On my TST 507 unit with 10 sensors they all read about 3# low compared to two Milton tire gauges. When the coach is in use I manually test tire pressures when taken out of storage and each 30 days there after, cold first thing in the mornings, otherwise I use the sensor readings. When in storage I remove the sensors to save the batteries.
lryrob9301 04/14/19 01:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motosat Quit, Have HD Direct Dish from Motosat

Contact R F Mogul, they are the former Motostat Co.
lryrob9301 04/10/19 07:12am Technology Corner
RE: Norcold vs Dometic refrigerator

Norcold is still having issues (FIRES) to this day even on the "repaired" units. I would never have a Norcold unit in my RV.
lryrob9301 04/02/19 10:46am Tech Issues
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