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RE: 2004 Tioga 23E water pump

Usually the water pump is next to the fresh water tank. Maybe under a dinette seat or couch.
tobydad 07/08/21 05:49am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Roadside Assistance

Question to moderator - Why was this moved from Class C forum? More people would have seen it there. Follow up info -Towing company came after dark and did not have a jack large enough to lift the motorhome, They will be back this morning as I have to leave by 11 AM
tobydad 06/18/21 06:04am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
Roadside Assistance

This topic has been moved to another forum. You can read it here: 30251830
tobydad 06/17/21 04:46pm Class C Motorhomes
Roadside Assistance

Let me tell you my experience today with Good Sam Roadside Assistance. I am at a campground and noticed my rear outside dual was low on air. When I pushed in on it - it was flat. Could not tell because inside tire was holding it up. called Good Sam and gave all my info and told I would texted when someone was coming. This wasings at 1;00 PM. Got a text that that they were still looking and someone would be there shortly. Shortly did not come-called them back an hour later and was told someone would be there in 15 minutes. An hour and a half later I called back and put on hold for 15 minutes and was disconnected. Call came saying a company would be there by 3:30. At 5:00 I called back got put on hold for 30 minutes then disconnected. I called back and on hold for another 20 minutes and person looked up my info and said I would be transferred to a supervisor. Supervisor came on ant transferred me to another supervisor, but he put me on hold and 29 mins.later, I was disconnected. Finally called again and demanded to speak to a supervisor. Man said he would put me on hold and I yelled don't put me on hold He said a supervsor would call me back and she did at 6:30 PM. She will call me back when she finds someone who can change the tire on a 32ft. Winnebago. I am not holding my breath, but I have to leave tomorrow. Mind you I have been a member for 33 years. Do you think I will stay a member?
tobydad 06/17/21 04:46pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Worn suspension

The key word in your 1st sentence is "might". If you have not experienced any noticeable change, then there probably isn't any. You can always use a tape measure on each rear corner to the ground to determine any sagging. If you have air bags in the rear suspension, then check for leaks or check that the pressure is equal in each air bag.
tobydad 05/31/21 06:04am Class C Motorhomes
RE: 2001 Minnie Winnie

Are you sure the motors are gone or is it the actuators? I had a similar problem and it was the actuators - the motors were good. Because it is a 2004 Minnie, the actuators were no longer available. Had the motors wired directly to two new switches, which meant that both switches had to be held at the same time so both sides of the slideout were moving at the same rate. Should be done by a repair facility unless you are efficient with electrical connections and re-routing wires. Good luck.
tobydad 05/02/21 06:23am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Add a front cabover window - has anyone done it?

I believe that you would regret the time and money to do this because all the water leaks in all my previous motorhomes came from that window.
tobydad 01/15/21 07:06am Class C Motorhomes
RE: New to us 2006 Winnebago

The generator needs to be running in order to have the roof air on. You can have the refrigerator on propane while driving, but needs to be shut off when refueling. If you are not driving for several hours, then there really is no need to have the refrigerator on if you cool it down before leaving. I am not sure about the inverter and how many outlets can be used. When not plugged in to outside source, plug something in an outlet and that would tell you that. Of course make sure your battery disconnect switch is on.
tobydad 12/02/20 09:49am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Leveling a Class C?

If you are staying for a short time (such as a weekend) I think levelers under one of the duals in the rear would be OK, but if you are staying longer, then levelers under both tires would be best. I use the ramp type levelers.
tobydad 11/13/20 06:13am Class C Motorhomes
RE: 12 volt DC not charging on shore power.

Simplest first - Remove terminals from coach battery one at a time and clean the battery posts and terminals and replace one at a time. Make sure they are tight on the posts.
tobydad 10/25/20 06:52am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Should I buy a Class C or not for this specific situation?

My Minnie Winnie was 10 yrs. old when I bought it from a dealer. Made sure that I inspected it as if I were buying from a private party. Dealer said I was wasting my time and he proved to be correct, but I wanted to be sure. Before closing deal I made sure that 6 new tires was written in the deal. It is now 16 yrs. old and still looks new inside and out. I remove old sealant and replace with new every year along the roof edges and vents. Minor repairs that I did myself include replacing water heater thermostat and circuit board and replacing battery isolator. Oil is changed every 5000 miles. Major repair was slide out actuators failing and no replacements could be found. Repair facility rewired slide out to by-pass actuators and installed two switches - one for each motor. If you are handy and knowledgeable go ahead and purchase an older unit. Oh, took me almost 2 years to find one in the condition I wanted. Be patient.
tobydad 10/11/20 06:55am Class C Motorhomes
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