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Power Plug Meltdown

 

Proper usage of electrical connections can save you from a major meltdown. When you go to plug-in or remove the Power Plug on the end of your cord from the RV from the hookup post it is always a good idea to shut the breaker on the post off first.… Read the rest

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Keyless RV Entry Lock

We had a choice of many new options when we went to purchase our new RV. One of them was the Keyless Entry Lock option for the main door. At first it doesn’t seem like much of a necessity. In fact we didn’t think it was worth the $179 extra charge.… Read the rest

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99 Things NOT to do when RVing

A bit of satire for all those RVers out there who see the humor in what we love.

by Tim R. Enright

 

Don’t…

1. Drive down the road with more than 2 slides out.

2. Use your sewer hose to fertilize your neighbor’s flowers.… Read the rest

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MOR/ryde TV Mounts

Mounting a TV on the wall of your RV isn’t as clear cut as you might think. There are literally thousands of different types of mounts out there to choose from. You want to make sure the one you choose is right for your particular application.… Read the rest

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6 Volt Battery Upgrade

I elected not to have the dealership install a battery in my new RV when I purchased it. Instead I decided that I would purchase my own. This was not only a money saving decision, but a performance based one as well.… Read the rest

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