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RE: Water system broke?

Here are the steps I would take. Is there water pressure at the campground faucet? Is there water pressure at the other end of the hose (including pressure regulator is used)? Using the water pump on your rig, do you have pressure inside the coach? That should narrow now the issue. If the answer is yes to all three questions, a full-coach water filter, if you have one, is a candidate for causing the problem, especially since you had a dropping in pressure over a period of time. Another candidate would be the the check valve in the city water connector. If you still have the problem, let us know the answer to the three questions, above, and we can troubleshoot from there. Tom
pulsar 12/03/18 04:11am Tech Issues
RE: Please...follow CG rules and signs

:) Thanks. That made why day. Tom
pulsar 12/01/18 02:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: Residential refrigerators

With the residential refrigerator and inverter package, does Keystone add any batteries? If not, 10 to 12 hours is you limit on the refrigerator, without recharging the battery. Our coach has 6 12-volt group 31 AGM batteries. We have boondocked for 16 straight days with limited generator usage and some driving between Glacier National Park, Banff, and Jasper. Tom
pulsar 10/05/18 07:26am Fifth-Wheels
RE: residential refrigerator upgrade question

Four years and 45K miles with residential refrigerator, which is always on while we are using the RV. It runs on inverter, while driving or boondocking. Tom
pulsar 10/05/18 06:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bar Harbor, ME to Savannah, GA

To avoid New York City, you could take I-84 at Hartford, CT. As you approach Hartford from the north on I-84, take CT 15 for a couple of miles to I-91, then I-691 back to I-84 west. Stay on I-84 until you reach I-81, near Scranton, PA. From there, you can take I-81 to US 15 at Harrisburg, PA. (I-81 to I-83 to PA 581 to US 15) Take i-270 to I-495 to I-95. Don't know when you will be traveling, but parts of I-95 were still closed in NC. All lanes are open in SC, but they project to close a 17-mile section of I-95, when the Pee Dee River crests. Tom
pulsar 09/20/18 07:55am Roads and Routes
RE: Picture re-size for signature?

I'll give you my recommendation from actually using this webapp for years, especially when traveling - the online Pixlr Editor. Nothing to install, and works similar to Photoshop though easier for most. Takes just a few minutes to create a sig photo. I am trying with this link and get it down to 30KB but when I do the 500X100 it distorts.I will keep trying,thanks for the link for a technically challenged member. I might download the app from the app store and try it on my phone...Thanks Cropping the picture does have an effect on the file size but, as you seem to have found out, is not efficient at reducing the file size. Often you have to cropped the picture very small, and then, when you increase the picture for display, there is not enough detail. The way to reduce file size is to increase the compression of the file. With the Pixlr Editor, that is accomplished when you save the picture. First crop the picture to the 500 by 100 image you want. (At least so that the height is 100 pixels and the width is no more that 500.) Choose Save for the File menu and a dialog window opens https://i.imgur.com/e99dhbnl.jpg Use the Quality slider on the right side to reduce the file size. Each time you move the slider, the app will update the file size in the lower right corner. Tom
pulsar 09/13/18 06:47am Tech Issues
RE: Time per miles

Here is some data from our current trip, still in progress. We have traveled 2283 miles. Travel time (from start of travel each let to turning off the engine in the camp site) is 45.33 hours. 2283 / 45.33 is approximately 50.36 miles per hour. The traveling has been a mix of Interstate and good two-lane roads. We have traveled from North Carolina to Michigan and on to the UP of Michigan. We travel with four dogs and stop to walk them. We usually stop for lunch. We stop for fuel, when needed. Over 30 years of RVing, we have found that estimating 50 mph for a days drive provides a very good estimate as to how long the drive will be. Tom
pulsar 09/03/18 08:52pm General RVing Issues
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