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Monthly archive for February 2011

De-Winterizing Fresh Water Supply

Removing Antifreeze from Fresh Water System after Winterizing When putting your Recreational Vehicle back into service after winterizing, it is important to flush the fresh water system of all the Anti freeze used to winterize and protect the fresh water system from freezing, Following a few steps

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RV Electrical Shocks

If you have ever experienced an electrical shock when you touch your RV, or while entering or exiting your RV, there is a safety concern to avoid injury or possible electrocution. This is a condition called “Hot Skin” and is often caused by the wiring in the

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Water System Sanitation

WATER SYSTEM SANITATION It is not uncommon for RV owners to complain of bad water. The first sign of contaminated water systems is usually a bad taste, followed by odors emanating from the water supply. Bacteria may have built up in the water tank, especially if the

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Refrigerator Maintenance

RV Refrigerator Maintenance Tips The absorption style RV refrigerator requires very little maintenance, but there are some things that you can do to maintain proper operations. The most important tip is only operating the refrigerator while your RV is level and to keep it clean, preventing any

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RV Refrigerator Repair

RV Refrigerator Repair Tips The following information is basic tips to aid in diagnostics and repair of your RV refrigerator. These types of repairs should be performed by a professional RV technician. We cannot accept any liabilities from lack of information or injuries caused from the following

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RV Furnaces

FURNACES A major concern for RV’ers is a furnace quitting during the cold of winter. There are some basic checks before calling for service. Furnaces require a good 12-volt DC supply to operate. See the article BATTERY MAINTENANCE. If the furnace does not blow at all, check

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