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    RV Refrigerator Troubleshoot: Common Issues and Fixes

    The absorption system that constitutes your RV’s refrigerator is an excellent and complex but often misunderstood series of components. People tend to think these units work like magic, in that they can just pile a bunch of food into their fridge on a warm day and expect to come back in an hour to find…

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    Enjoying In-Motion TV on any Road Trip

    In the olden days of RVing, getting television out on the road was a complicated and often unsatisfying process. You generally had one or two options for standard definition cable, and it took a bit of patience to get the darn thing set up at each campground. Nowadays, with the magic of gyroscopic satellite receivers,…

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  • 4:31

    Blackout Shade Installation for Upgraded Window Treatments

    In this step-by-step video lesson, RV repair and maintenance expert Dave Solberg walks you through a demonstration blackout shade installation. He completes the demo on a 2003 Winnebago Brave, which was in need of some updated window treatments as an alternative to its old pleated blinds. Many RVers nowadays are turning to blinds and shades…

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  • 20:25

    RV Refrigerator Troubleshoot: Common Issues and Fixes

    The absorption system that constitutes your RV’s refrigerator is an excellent and complex but often misunderstood series of components. People tend to think these units work like magic, in that they can just pile a bunch of food into their fridge on a warm day and expect to come back in an hour to find…

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  • 4:05

    Taking Dish Network in RV: HDTV Wherever You Roam

    Thanks to Wally from Dish Outdoors you can have Dish Network in RV no matter where you travel, with high-definition TV always right at your fingertips. Lauren Grijalva, contributing editor at RV Repair Club, and her family spend all of their time traveling the country in their fifth wheel trailer and soaking up all this…

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  • 1:28

    Running 12 Volt Appliances on Generator While Boondocking

    When boondocking in your RV, there are a number of 12 volt appliances that you might use that require power supply from a generator. It’s important to factor each of these appliances into your plans, so you know you have enough juice for the trip. Our expert RV repair and maintenance guide Dave Solberg teaches…

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  • 11:57

    Finding a Water Leak on Your Rig

    Have you noticed water collecting in an unusual spot in your RV? Are you terribly confused how that could be possible when you know for a fact your vehicle is sealed up tight? You’re not alone! Water leaks can crop up in surprising places on any RV, be it a motorhome, camper or fifth wheel.…

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  • 5:42

    Sealing RV Exterior Components

    For the health of your RV’s exterior components, it’s important to maintain all seals and ensure they’re watertight. Over time seams can crack and dry out, allowing water into your vehicle. Water damage in the form of mold and mildew is often a costly expense you want to avoid! In this quick video lesson, veteran…

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  • 9:23

    RV Awning Operation and Maintenance: Carefree of Colorado

    In this free video lesson, we teach you simple tips for RV awning operation and maintenance. Our demo awning for this guide is a manual operation awning from Carefree of Colorado. To help you get the longest lifespan from your awning and ensure proper functionality, Dave Solberg walks you step by step through the process…

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  • 4:52

    Enjoying In-Motion TV on any Road Trip

    In the olden days of RVing, getting television out on the road was a complicated and often unsatisfying process. You generally had one or two options for standard definition cable, and it took a bit of patience to get the darn thing set up at each campground. Nowadays, with the magic of gyroscopic satellite receivers,…

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  • 6:10

    Tune in From Anywhere with the Winegard Air 360+

    Gone are the days of cranking up your batwing antenna to receive a spotty television signal in your RV. Thanks to manufacturers like Winegard and products such as the Winegard Air 360+, you have access to reliable, crystal-clear television no matter where you travel. In this free video lesson, Dave Solberg talks about the benefits…

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  • 10:21

    Completely Connected with Winegard’s Air 360+ Gateway

    With the advent of omnidirectional antennae such as the Air 360+ from Winegard, no-fuss TV reception on your RV is guaranteed almost anywhere in the nation. Never again do you have to climb onto your roof to fiddle with a batwing receiver to produce a decent picture. This is an especially great option when boondocking,…

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