Tag Archives: camper

IS SWEATING A GOOD THING?

I was visiting one of our local RV dealerships when I ran into a friend of mine.  He and his wife were looking at a new fifth wheel trailer to replace their 8-year-old Montana. As we were talking, he mentioned that he wanted the thermal pane windows on their new RV.  He was tired of
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LP Appliances- Electronic Ignition Systems

With the exception of pilot type water heaters and some smaller LP/Electric refrigerators, modern LP appliances in RVs are controlled by electronics, meaning the gas valve is opened, the flame is ignited, and the flame is “proved” (flame safety- making certain the burner is burning). These systems are used for a number of reasons: No
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RV Service- Random Thoughts

Well, Speed Weeks at the Daytona International Speedway are finally over, but they left me with not enough time for photographing and drawing diagrams for this weeks Blog entry, so I’ll take this opportunity to editorialize a bit on RV service and repair. I started repairing my own RV in 1980, after a…. umm…. “less
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