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RE: Onan Marquis 5500 put out too much voltage

Might be comparing apples to oranges, but my Generac Guardian 5500 recently started acting up and was putting out 153 volts after driving through much rain. Removed cover to expose control board and found it was covered in a thick layer of dust and grime and was damp from the previous days rain. After cleaning the dust off, I sprayed the contacts and plug with electronic contact spray. That fixed the problem. You said you replaced the control board, but did you clean the plug? Also, after cleaning the control board, I discovered a tiny potentiometer which, according to the manual, is used to adjust the output voltage.
zigzagrv 07/03/20 07:55am Tech Issues
RE: Fibreglass wall laminate separating??

My son had a similar problem on his 5th wheel after a trip through a rough median avoiding an accident. Our local RV shop did replace the corner moldings with wider ones and was fine till he sold it a few years ago. As far as the delam is concerned, if the wood is rotted no amount of glue is going to fix it. JMHO
zigzagrv 07/01/20 08:00am General RVing Issues
RE: Scrape and seal

Where the roof meets the sidewalls, the joint is usually 'sealed' with Dicor or similar product. To me, it sounds like the old Dicor is scraped off and fresh Dicor reapplied. To my knowledge, there are no physical seals on the roof.
zigzagrv 06/20/20 05:11am Camping World Service and Installation
RE: South rim Grand Canyon

There's a Cracker Barrel in Flagstaff that allows overnight parking.
zigzagrv 05/19/20 06:56am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I Have One Chance

Hi neighbor! The wife and I have been traveling the country for years in our motorhome and wouldn't (won't) travel any other way. I have modified our motorhome to suit our needs and we are very comfortable in it for months at a time. I you're looking for a resort with a variety of park models to try out, Lake-in-Wood around Lancaster would be my choice. It is pretty much a self-contained rv park with all the amenities you need, including a restaurant. Good Luck with your quest and Happy Retirement!
zigzagrv 05/13/20 08:06am Snowbirds
RE: Time to replace windshield /side curtains

My wife just finished replacing about a half dozen torn loops on our curtains. All you need is someone with sewing skills. I'll be putting them back up today.
zigzagrv 04/28/20 07:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: C'mon back, honey; Give it some gas!

I wanna hear Debi's side of the story!;):B
zigzagrv 04/27/20 03:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Goodyear plans to close their Gadsden, Alabama plant

Gadsden can handle the loss. That area survived the closing of Fort McClellan a number of years ago. That is the plant made famous by the Lily Ledbetter(sp) equal pay lawsuit. Lost a good friend who worked and retired from that plant a couple years ago. He passed from cancers that were common to others who worked there.
zigzagrv 04/26/20 07:50am General RVing Issues
RE: Good Bluetooth OBD2 Scanner

I use a $22 bluetooth scanner from Amazon and a $4 app. Reads and resets fault codes on everything I've plugged it into so far. Found #8 coil pack on my motorhome was bad. Have you used it on a diesel? No, I have not. I don't have the manual handy (in the motorhome) but I believe it works on all OBDII vehicles.
zigzagrv 04/26/20 07:38am Tow Vehicles
RE: Good Bluetooth OBD2 Scanner

I use a $22 bluetooth scanner from Amazon and a $4 app. Reads and resets fault codes on everything I've plugged it into so far. Found #8 coil pack on my motorhome was bad.
zigzagrv 04/25/20 07:36am Tow Vehicles
RE: ONAN generator no start

If you're hearing a rapid clicking (not all that loud) it could just be the fuel pump not getting fuel. Make sure you have enough gas in the tank. If it's not cranking, check connections as mentioned above.
zigzagrv 04/12/20 07:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Extraterrestrials

Nothing rasist about an extraterrestial alien, this is humor so do not look for inuendos and dumb interpretations. navegator I guess you didn't see the grin and wink emoticons.....humor
zigzagrv 04/11/20 12:07pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Extraterrestrials

Sounds racist to me! :B;);)
zigzagrv 04/11/20 08:47am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

I picked up a 10" saw blade at the Home Depot, for my table saw. It's a Diablo brand, 24 teeth and primarily used for ripping. I figured since there will be a bunch of ripping going on during the rest of this rebuild, it might be a good thing. http://paddleupstream.com/mohorebuild/diablo24tooth.jpg I have been using that Diablo blade for a long time ripping oak, walnut, cherry, mahogany, pine, spruce.....etc., some of it at full depth. It seems as sharp today as it was when I first put it on. Great blade!
zigzagrv 04/11/20 08:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Quarantine in RV?

I would not crank it for a full minute. That may eventually lead to starter failure. Most gens say to crank for 10-15 seconds at a time with a minute or so in between. Check for spark and then use starting fluid to get it going. If it starts then stops, then you have a fuel delivery problem.
zigzagrv 04/06/20 02:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: Solved: Vibration while accelerating issue

Had the identical problem on my V10 in the motorhome. Checked U-joints, center bearing, etc. Turned out to be a bad coil pack on #8 cylinder. Swore it was a drive train problem. Wish I had seen your earlier post, I could have helped. Good job!
zigzagrv 04/04/20 07:06am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Polyester-mites

I heard that dryer sheets keep them away. Since using them, have not seen any mite residue.
zigzagrv 04/01/20 10:33am Travel Trailers
RE: I have a different kind of electrical problem

Male connector on the gen cord, maybe? ^^^THIS^^^
zigzagrv 03/31/20 10:57am Technology Corner
RE: Unusual tire wear

Goodyear Tire Pressure Chart I find this chart to be good for any brand tire. There should be a chart somewhere in the motorhome with the recommended tire pressures. 85 psi is a good starting point. The most accurate way is to weigh the axles or all corners.
zigzagrv 03/26/20 11:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Unusual tire wear

Generally speaking, over-inflation causes the center of the tire to wear and under-inflation the outside edges. The way to get the proper inflation is to weigh the axles, preferably the individual corners. This should get you in the ballpark of the proper tire pressures. If both the inside and outside edges of the tire are worn, under-inflation is the problem. If just one edge is wearing, it is most likely an alignment problem.
zigzagrv 03/26/20 08:04am Class A Motorhomes
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