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RE: Atwood Water Heater Will not Ignite or Stay Lit

That's how my suburban sounds
2112 06/24/22 05:37pm Tech Issues
RE: Air Conditioner not working.

Another Tread with same issue In Doug We Trust
2112 06/24/22 04:21am Tech Issues
RE: First big trip - Newbie questions

Is the filter on the suction side or pressure side of the pump?
2112 06/22/22 08:10am Truck Campers
RE: Battery question???? XXXX UPDATE XXXXX

Thanks for the update A higher internal resistance would explain the imbalance of 14.8V and 15.2V while charging. The battery measuring 15.2V would have a higher internal resistance. Maybe that's what they found troubling. Jocelyn - Take the following measurements once you have the new battery installed: Voltage of each bat and combined voltage of both bat's before you start initial charge. Should be ~ 12.7V each and 25.4V combined Same measurements as above at the beginning of the charge. Of course the voltage measurements will be higher. The individual bat measurements may not be identical but the total should add up the measured combined voltage. Same as above after a 30 minute charge. The individual measurements should be getting close to being the same voltage, 14.x At some point you should expect each battery to measure 15.0V and the combined voltage to measure 30.0V. From your previous measurements it appears either your charger outputs 30V or your voltmeter is a little off. On Edit: Now my curiosity is kicking in. Before you replace your battery, charge what you have again to see if you still measure 14.8V and 15.2V. I'm curious to see if they balanced out after using them for a short time. You may find that they measure the same now.
2112 06/22/22 04:36am Tech Issues
RE: Back before cellphones

I found this little gem in downtown Georgetown Tx last week. No dial tone
2112 06/21/22 10:17am RV Lifestyle
RE: Where have all the members gone on this forum?

Your probably right. Probably getting into that tens of thousands now. The Facebook user groups are very active. Dozens of new owners every day, all with lots of questions. Not all are buying teardrops but most are. But the Ford and Rivian new owners are starting to show up as well. But again, all on individual brand tow groups. I doubt any will ever set foot here, although the toxicity of these old RV boards does get mentioned from time to time.I'll have to take your word for it, but I'll remain skeptical until I actually see some "in the wild", so to speak.I may NOT tow as much as some here, BUT I do travel A LOT for work ( up and down the East Coast weekly from New England to Charlotte ) and I can honestly say, I have not seen 1 EV towing.. ever...Not even a small utility trailer... :hI saw my 1st one a few months ago in Childress Tx. He was pulled in sideways blocking about 4 charge stations. A Tesla pulling a cute lil retro Shasta
2112 06/21/22 09:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Electrical Help pls

I'm curious toi know what heater you are using. The link you provided directs me to the inverter.
2112 06/20/22 08:15pm Truck Campers
RE: DC Circuit MON & GL versus GH on thermostat

Glad to help As wa8yxm noted, MON most likely powers the panel used to check the tank levels as well.
2112 06/19/22 10:24am Tech Issues
RE: DC Circuit MON & GL versus GH on thermostat

Welcome Jacob 1) MON should be for the propane detector located low on the end of your galley counter cabinet 2) GL and GH are for the AC only. Neither should have any affect on the furnace
2112 06/19/22 04:43am Tech Issues
RE: Electrical question

Where ignorance is bliss, Tis folly to be wise Had to look it up, geez that is one grim poemMan, I'm glad you understood it. I spent a week many years ago dissecting that poem in a writing class to get it. To the OP: My sarcastic comment was directed to Wanderingbob, if it matters. His comment reminded me of that line. It means you can better enjoy your moment among the flowers not knowing what fate lies in wait.
2112 06/17/22 06:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: Electrical question

Where ignorance is bliss, Tis folly to be wise
2112 06/17/22 03:55pm General RVing Issues
RE: Do you unhook for the night?

Always unhooked when staying a campground. I stayed one night only (ever!) in a WalMart. I still unhooked and left truck about 6" forward from trailer hitch. Just felt if I needed the truck for an emergency or to get away, I could go.I haven't thought about needing an emergency getaway. We stay hitched but maybe I need to rethink my process.
2112 06/17/22 03:56am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Ice Maker Quit

Does if make any sound at all? Clicks, sound of a small motor running, water flowing?
2112 06/16/22 08:08am Tech Issues
RE: Ice Maker Quit

Manual below. Start at page 41 It could as simple as a clogged valve strainer. RB1350 Manual
2112 06/16/22 07:01am Tech Issues
RE: E vs. D rated trailer tires

You are correct CapriRacer. I found a generic table and it does compare to Goodyears.
2112 06/15/22 11:32am Tech Issues
RE: 3d printers for making stuff for the RV

ASA print belowThat's some nice work. My Prusa wouldn't print any better than that unless it was set at 0.15 with a 0.25 nozzle. That'll slow ya down.
2112 06/15/22 09:34am Tech Issues
RE: E vs. D rated trailer tires

It was a pease of mind for me. One less thing to worry about. I see no one has mentioned that a Load Range E has the same load carrying capacity as a Load Range D when inflated to the same pressure. At the LR D pressure, a LR E performs the same - ride, sway, etc. So you can buy a LR E and use it in place of a LR D.Actually they have about 18% more capacity when inflated to the same pressure when comparing the 75R15(D) and 75R15(E). Endurance Load Chart I have 8400lbs across 4 tires. So according to the chart I should air them to 50psi. Even at 55psi they looked too low and would have too much sidewall flex. 68psi just looks and feels right to me. YMMV
2112 06/15/22 06:57am Tech Issues
RE: 3d printers for making stuff for the RV

Ha, I didn't recognize where that was. I don't know what we would buy if we were in the market today. There is a lot more available on the market today and the technology has grown since I was shopping around in 2015. I see it as a tool, DW sees it as a hobby toy, so it would come down to whatever she says. I'll keep my Prusa and she can have the new toy. I think this Prusa will last me a long time. I saw Ender has a small flexible enclosure for $60. That's not a had deal if it works
2112 06/15/22 05:19am Tech Issues
RE: House AC went out can I hook up to 20 amp gfci

You don't need to turn off any breakers if your battery is charged. If your battery is low, let it charge a few minutes before you turn on the AC. The charger may draw 4 amps for a short time
2112 06/14/22 09:04pm General RVing Issues
RE: House AC went out can I hook up to 20 amp gfci

Thank you guys. .... .... .... Also how do I know if I’m burning up the circuit? Just use multimeter on the outlet im hooked up to?Measure the voltage at an outlet inside the camper. Make sure it stays 110VAC or above. A Kill-O-Watt meter comes in handy for this. Hold the plugs at the GFI outlet and extension cord to see if they are getting hot. A little warm is expected.
2112 06/14/22 06:32pm General RVing Issues
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