Pre-Trip Checklist for Motorhomes and Travel Trailers

RV Pre-Trip Checklist

Are you about to head out on a big trip in your RV? There are a couple things you should check first.

Before hitting the road, always take the time to perform a walk-around inside and outside of your rig to make sure everything is disconnected, put away, and stowed properly. Forgetting simple tasks like cranking down the roof antenna, bringing in the entrance steps, or disconnecting water, sewer, or electrical connections can be embarrassing and can cause big damage to your RV.

We’ve compiled an RV pre-trip checklist for both travel trailers and motorhomes that you can print off and store in your rig as an easy reference guide for the next time you’re getting ready or tearing down. Make sure to personalize for your own rig!

Download your free pre-trip checklist here.

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134 Responses to “Pre-Trip Checklist for Motorhomes and Travel Trailers”
  1. David

    RV Make: Fleetwood, RV Model: Pace Arrow 36B, RV Year: 1999

    Looking for original replacement shower skins and floor pan

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, David. Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your parts request. Without the make, model, and year of the rig, it would be impossible to guess what configuration you have. If it’s an older model, chances are the original manufacturing company is no longer in business or has been bought by another company and no parts are available. It’s best to get the dimensions you need and consult a home improvement store to get a customized base and either a shower surround or individual panels to replace what is in there now.

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  2. Robert

    RV Make: Heartland, RV Model: Northtrail, RV Year: 2012, Brand: Heartland, Model Number: 3QOK

    none

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  3. Brian

    RV Make: Eclipse , RV Model: Stellar , RV Year: 2008, Brand: Suburban , Model Number: Sfv30f

    My furnace seems to not light it blows cold air any suggestions

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, Brian. Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your furnace issue. The furnace needs at least 10.5 volts to open the valve and light. The blower will still work, but blow cold air. Check the voltage coming into the furnace.

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  4. Robert

    RV Make: Bounder, RV Model: 34V, RV Year: 1999, Brand: Bounder, Model Number: 34v

    Coach battery doesn’t seen to be charging by the converter nor generator

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Robert. Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your house battery issue. There are several things to consider and check when the house batteries do not seem to be charging. First is to check the actual voltage of the charge coming from the converter. Your shoreline power cord plugs into the campground outlet or generator and goes to a distribution center which either has an onboard converter or the newer/larger models have a separate one. The converter provides a charge to the house batteries which can be verified using a multi-meter with the setting on 20 Volts DC indicated by a V and a solid line over a dashed line. Place the red probe on the positive terminal and the black on negative. Make sure the campground source is on, and your distribution center and converter fuses are on and good. You should see about 14 volts going to the batteries? If not, your converter is probably bad.

      If you verify you have voltage trying to charge the batteries, they you need to verify the state of condition by charging the batteries, let them set for 2 hours, and use a hydrometer to verify each cell. At this time, also check the voltage unhooked from the charger to see if it’s up to 12.6 Chances are your batteries have become sulfated and are not holding a charge? Sulfation happens when batteries are not charged properly or stored properly. When batteries are left in an uncharge state, sulfer forms on the plates and reduces the storage capacity. To properly charge the batteries, you would need a multi-stage charge which provides a high voltage charge to break up the sulfation, then an equalizing and float charge. Unless you have a very expensive battery charger, or large inverter with mulit-stage charge, it doesn’t get charged properly. Just leaving it plugged in will only provide a constant charge and sulfation.

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  5. Pat Cullen

    RV Make: Scottsdale , RV Model: 26 ft travel trailer, RV Year: 2014

    Pre trip Checklist for motorhomes and travel trailers

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  6. g j sepaniac

    RV Make: TraveLite , RV Model: 625, RV Year: 2025

    Will plugging in my 30 amp shore power to house current charge and maintain my deep cycle battery through the winter? Thanks

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    • Customer Service

      Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your storage question. Improper battery storage and charging is the leading culprit to lead acid batteries going bad. If they are not subjected to a multistage charge every month, they will sulfate and loose capacity. This can only be accomplished by a multistage charger or large inverter. Leaving them plugged in with a typical RV converter does not work. My advice, buy a Battery Minder from Northern Tool which sends high impact waves into the battery and breaks up the sulfation without the gassing and will extend the life of your batteries by over 200 cycles.

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  7. Terry Bridges

    RV Make: Tiffin, RV Model: Allegro Open Road, RV Year: 2016, Brand: Tiffin, Model Number: 36UA

    None

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  8. Daniel Cleveland Murray

    RV Make: winnebago, RV Model: adventurer, RV Year: 2002

    every thing for safety

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    • Lynne A Lennon

      RV Make: 4 Winds Thor, RV Model: Hurricane , RV Year: 2006

      How about pre-trip engine check list

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  9. Raymond Deckard

    RV Make: Winnebago, RV Model: Adventurer 35WP, RV Year: 1999 (1998 Chassis)

    on the pre-departure check list it shows that the Refrigerator should be turned off. I usually run my generator to keep the frig cool. Should I not do that?
    Also have the 12v dc option on my frig, as long as my engine is running am I in any danger of running my batteries down?
    I guess what I am asking is “does it hurt the frig to have running when on the move?”

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Raymond. Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your refrigerator question. It will not hurt the refrigerator to run it while driving down the road as there are no moving parts. The reason I recommend not running it on propane is that leaves an vulnerable copper line with propane running through it and all the valves that could leak and a potential break in the system would allow propane into the rig. Then you have an open flame at the burner assembly for not only the potential leak, but fumes at a filling station. If you bring the refrigerator down to 34 degrees, it will maintain below 40 degrees for over 6 hours! Keep the door shut and put a 5 lb bag of ice in the freezer to help it absorb. If your rig runs on 12-volt DC, this is also good, however to the ice here as well. Depending on your type of RV, most motorized are wired to charge the batteries while driving and most trailers with the 7 pin connection also receive a charge from the tow vehicle alternator.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Birne. Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your rodent question. There are several videos on the site showing use of poison, traps, and even catch and release devises. I think the best is using the poison boxes that safeguard against pets and other animals getting inside and eating the poison. There is a new product that just came out called Mouse Free that is a mixture of a mint extract and proprietary substance that lasts much longer than simply spraying on mint extract. You can find it here: http://www.mouse-free.com/

      Make sure all entry points underneath are sealed such as wiring, pipes, and wheel wells.

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  10. Micheal

    RV Make: Cougar 30 ft TT, RV Model: Cougar, RV Year: 2015

    Interesting would like a check list

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  11. Bill

    RV Make: Ceder Creek, RV Model: Silverback 37MBH, RV Year: 2016, Model Number:

    I would like to get a pre trip check list for my 5th wheel.

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  12. Thomas

    RV Make: Trail sport. R vision, RV Model: 23 RBS, RV Year: 2013

    Need to replace slide gasket

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  13. Eldora Campbell

    RV Make: Georgieboy, RV Model: Landau, RV Year: 1999

    Where can I purchase a new refrigerator door gasket?

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Eldora. Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your refrigerator parts issue. You will need the make, model, and serial number of your refrigerator and will be able to get parts for a Norcold here: http://www.thetford.com/parts/norcold-refrigerators/

      Dometic parts can be obtained by calling their parts center at: 1-800-544-4881
      You can also purchase them through most RV dealers.

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  14. Rob

    RV Make: Fleetwood, RV Model: Bounder Diesel 39Z, RV Year: 2002

    Looking for a more powerful slide motor as the one I just bought works barely well enough to keep the slide in

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Rob. Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your slide room motor. To provide more specific information regarding a more powerful motor, we need the make, model, and year of your rig and the type of slide room. There are several models on the market such as HWH, Schwintek, Lippert Components Inc (LCI), and Power Gear who just was purchased by Lippert. If you have a LCI system, you might be able to get assistance from here: https://store.lci1.com/products/slide-out-replacement-parts

      If you can provide the model and serial number of the motor, we may be able to cross reference a larger motor also.

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  15. jerry steele

    RV Make: casita, RV Model: 17 ft, RV Year: 08, Brand: dometic

    freezer door hing broke

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Jerry. Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your refrigerator issue. You can get replacement parts for both Norcold and Dometic however you will need to have the make, model, and serial number of your refrigerator.
      Dometic: 1-800-544-4881
      Norcold: http://www.thetford.com/parts/norcold-refrigerators/

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  16. Thurman

    RV Make: Cruiser, RV Model: FunFinder 241LRK, RV Year: 2015

    Winterized today and ready for our Jan-Mar Florida stay.
    Any tips on rubber roof maintenance?

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Thurman. Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your rubber roof question. First you need to find the type of rubber material. This can be done by removing an interior vent outer frame to see the underside of the material. When you remove the frame, you’ll see some excess material folded into the opening, if the backing is black, it’s EPDM, white is TPO, and white with fleece is Alpha Systems. They all have a different cleaning agent and conditioner which you can get from most RV dealers or directly from Dicor in the case of the EPDM or TPO. Clean the roof thoroughly as you don’t want any stains or dust/dirt which will have spores that will become mold in the spring. Check for any tears, pin holes, or bad sealant which would allow moisture to penetrate and cause damage. I would also recommend a cover if it will be stored outside as this is the best protection for the roof, sidewall, and sealants. They are very cheap and will make the unit look new for years. Also use tire covers.

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  17. Betty

    RV Make: 5th wheel, RV Model: Pinnacle , RV Year: 2016, Brand: Jayco, Model Number: 38flsa

    Having problems with ft jacks

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Betty. Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your jacks issue. To provide more specific information we need to know the make, model, and year of your RV and the model of your jacks. Plus more detail on the exact problem you are having, do they not come up or down, do not maintain pressure, or don’t work at all?

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  18. Jim

    RV Make: Grand Design Reflection, RV Model: 297RSTS, RV Year: 2017

    New Member: Know of any RV travel/trip log books or journals that include: day, date, start/end location, weather, RV park, start/end mileage, expenses, (i.e. meals, park fees, gas, etc.). Thanks for your site.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, Jim. Thank you for joining the RV Repair Club site and posting such a wonderful question. I have not come across anything that has worked as well as a simple spiral bound notebook that I have used to record the information you have listed and a plastic divided folder/pouch to store receipts. Since every trip and RV adventure is different, most trip or log books don’t have enough columns, too many columns or topics, and no place to put receipts? I like the spiral bound notebook because I can open it up flat to the new page I need rather than the perforated top which old pages need to be “tucked” up and over and always pop back out. I just line item each event, expense, phone call/number, or other info as it happens and then put the receipts and other items in the divided folder in categories for fuel, campgrounds, food, and other items. Depending on the length of trip, I can total them each week, or at the end of the trip. I wait for the back to school sales and buy 10 or more spiral bound notebooks for less than a dollar!

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    • Thomas

      RV Make: Winnebago, RV Model: minnie winnie 31K, RV Year: 2017

      Jim, Camper World has two trip log books one for maintenance and the other is a trip log, has everything you listed in a small 3 by 5 binder makes it easy to tally your expenses daily. Happy RVing.

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  19. Bill Taylor

    RV Make: thor fourwind 34' , RV Model: Hurricane, RV Year: 2009

    our 2009 motorhome only has 8300 miles but we just got got a very bad vibration in the steering wheel between 60 to 66 mph I have had it to 3 shops we purchased 2 new front tores had wheel alignments wheels balanced all sterring and drive train checked and double checked and still we can not get the shimmy out between 60 to 66 mph do you have a suggestions

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, Bill. Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your motorhome handling issue. To provide more specific information we need to know the make and model of your rig as well as the chassis and weight rating. A shimmy can be several things and if you’ve taken it in to 3 different places, I don’t believe they were qualified to work on the unit? It could be an unbalanced drive shaft due to a weight breaking off? It could be front suspension, shocks, tires, all things you’ve already had someone look at, but still have the problem. It could also be a bent rim which would not show up on a balance? Or even something as simple as loose wheel simulators? I would suggest first contacting a tire specialist that handles RVs or large trucks and especially one that carries the brand tires you have on. Then possibly Safe-T-Plus who will refer you to an authorized dealer or service center to isolate the issue and determine if it’s worn components which would justify an aftermarket stabilizer.

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      • Lyn

        RV Make: Winnebego, RV Model: Ultimate Advantage, RV Year: 2002

        Could be the steering damper on the front end. Causing the dreaded and scary shake.

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  20. buddy flint

    RV Make: Ketstone, RV Model: fith wheel HM356BH, RV Year: 2016

    so far all is good. Camping world is where we got it in UT. NEVER WILL GO BACK AGAIN !! they know nothing about what they sell… What was told to us was VERY WRONG ! WHAT WE PAID FOR WE DID’T GET and had to go to KEYSTONE to get the right Fifth wheel. WE were run off because of the upset . They hooked the F/W to are F350 and told to leave the KAYESVILLE CAMPING WOLD in UT. By the time we got to St. George C/W the F/W came off the F350. IT WAS NEVER HOOKED UP RIGHT. STAY AWAYE FROM C/W. Been to others and they all have been the same……..Buddy Flint

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  21. david voelker

    RV Make: overland, RV Year: 1984

    I would like to have more info on older rv’s such as mine is. i’m in the process of re-storing it. all the outside is done new wood steel tubing and fiberglass siding. this is my first one I ever had didn’t know much about them

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  22. Loyd

    RV Make: TIFFin, RV Model: 34 QFA. , RV Year: 2013 RED

    Having a little trouble getting the entry way door awning. To operate every time.

    Seems to want to hang.

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  23. George

    RV Make: Fleetwood, RV Model: Terry 18D, RV Year: 1991, Brand: Terry, Model Number: 18D

    Location of Electrical Panel

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  24. Paul

    RV Make: venture, RV Model: sonic, RV Year: 2017, Brand: norcold

    after sitting for a long time and im getting ready to go out i try to light the fridge it wont light even when there’s pwr and gas is on

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, Paul. Thank you for visiting the RV Repair Club site and the opportunity to assist with your refrigerator issue. Did you try operating on both 120-volt and LP? This is the first test to determine if it’s an isolated issue or for both. If both, you probably have a low battery. Both modes need at least 10.5 volts from the house battery to run, even if you are plugged in! If it has been sitting for a long time, I would believe the batteries are the culprit. If not, check all the fuses in the distribution center and the back module board. There are several videos on the site that will walk you through specific troubleshooting on this depending on if you hear a clicking sound like it is trying to start on LP and others.

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  25. Cesar Eugenio

    RV Make: Winnebago, RV Model: Vista 26HE, RV Year: 2016, Brand: Winegard slimline, Model Number: SK-SWM#

    Thinking about getting one but not sure if that weight will be safe on the roof.

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  26. Angel

    RV Make: coachmen, RV Model: Mirada, RV Year: 2010, Brand: Coachman, Model Number: Mirada

    Does anyone know is there other circuit breaker beside the main one in my 2010 Mirada RV???

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, Angel. Your Mirada has a main circuit breaker on the Distribution Panel and individual circuit breakers for 120-volt appliances such as the AC, Refrigerator, and others. If you do not have power coming into all 120-volt operations check your power cord with a non-contact voltage tester. Start at the shoreline box, past the automatic transfer switch if you have one, make sure the shoreline is plugged into the “J” box if using the generator and check the two circuit breakers on the generator as well. Then check for power at the Distribution Panel.

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  27. Gary

    RV Make: Nash, RV Model: Travel Trailer 26', RV Year: 2006

    Going to Mexico. Some of the RV Parks only have 15 amp service. Can I safely plug into that??

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, Gary. It depends on how big your rig is? If it’s a 50 amp rig you will need to do some serious energy management! You can get an adapter, however you will not be able to run a roof AC unit with anything else turned on in the rig! Knowing what your systems draw is important. Roof AC units run at 14 amps at full power, converter is 6-9 amps, refrigerator will be 4-9 amps so run it on LP, microwave is 6-8 amps, coffee pot is 4-9 amps, you get the idea! You can run off 15 amps, but it’s like plugging into your garage and only running minimal items. Use the generator or if you don’t have one, get a good generator inverter like the Honda or Yamaha.

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  28. A. Black

    RV Make: Winnebago, RV Model: Aspect, RV Year: 2011

    Need to replace my inverter. I have located it, but can’t figure out how to remove it. I don’t see any screws or clips. Anyone have any experience with this?

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  29. ARLENE

    RV Make: Crossroads, RV Model: Zinger QB30, RV Year: 2017

    Are two 6 volt batteries better to use than one 12 volt?

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, Arlene. “Better” has different definitions when it comes to RVs. Does it provide more power, does it last longer, does it need replacing more often? All these depend on the type of battery, usage, and how you maintain them. If you take two 6-Volt deep cycle batteries and connect them in series (positive – negative) you will get a 12-volt battery bank. If those batteries are a group 27 battery, then you will have approximately 124 amp hours of battery power. The misconception of 6-volt batteries is connecting the two will double the amp hours…not true! You double the voltage, but still have only 124 amp hours with 2 batteries! You can take one 12-Volt battery that is group 27 and still have 124 amp hours so you get the same power with only one battery! The difference is the longevity which means the more cells in the 6-volt means the more cylces or recharges you will get so the 6-volt will last longer. The question you need to ask is how much time will I be dry camping and actually need battery storage? If you are plugged into campground power most of the time it’s not an issue. The more you are dry camping and need house battery power, the more capacity you will need.

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  30. John

    RV Make: newmar, RV Model: Cyprus, RV Year: 2006, Brand: Newmar, Model Number: Cyprus

    Need to replace bedroom slide motor. how to remove? where to find new one. Jack.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, John. Thanks for visiting the RV Repair Club Site and opportunity to assist with your slide room issue. To provide more specific troubleshooting information, we need to know the make, model, and year of your RV and the type of slide room mechanism.

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  31. Johnnie

    RV Make: Forest River, RV Model: Cedar Creek, RV Year: 2007

    Looking for a pre travel checklist for our fifth wheel (we’re newbies!). 🙂

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  32. Carol

    RV Make: Thor, RV Model: Freedom elite 23h, RV Year: 2017

    How to adjust mirrors

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  33. RENEE MABE

    RV Model: keystone bullet 243bhs, RV Year: 2016

    We’ve not yet taken our maiden voyage. any tips appreciated!

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  34. Gary Dick

    RV Make: Four Winds, RV Model: Dutchman, RV Year: 2007

    I can not plug my RV into a GFCI outlet is this normal?

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  35. ted

    RV Make: Bounder, RV Model: H35, RV Year: 2008/47000 miles, Brand: Norcold, Model Number: 4 door

    Norcold Stopped running on electric, lites work inside frig, it works on propane. 1amp fuse on circuit board keeps shorting out. Is replacing the circuit board a DIY project? any other ideas.

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  36. Wendy

    RV Make: Fleetwood, RV Model: Bounder, RV Year: 2000

    Our steps will not open. We are hoping it’s just the obvious solution that we are forgetting to do something, but so far it’s not been that easy to solve! Any suggestions and help would be greatly appreciated!

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  37. jordana

    RV Make: rockwood, RV Model: signature ultra light, RV Year: 2009

    pre trip and departing check list

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  38. Patricia

    RV Make: Rexhall, RV Model: American Clipper, RV Year: 2004

    We bought this motorhome from heirs who knew nothing about it. Now we’re trying to get it ready, and I cannot figure out how to connect it to city water without using the water tank; there does not seem to be a connection. There is an outside fixture but it is a gravity fill to the tank. What am I missing?

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  39. James

    RV Make: Forest River, RV Model: Georgetown 128st, RV Year: 2016

    New to site

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  40. Frank Spears

    RV Make: Forest River - Crusader, RV Model: 297RSK, RV Year: 2017

    Would like a copy of your camping check list

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    • Customer Service

      Hello Frank,

      We are excited to hear that you are interested in our Camping Check List! You can obtain a copy of the checklist with in this post. Simply click on the link below the post and enter in your email address.

      Thanks,
      Becky RVRC Video Membership

      Reply
  41. Charles Spencer

    RV Make: Fleetwood, RV Model: Bounder, RV Year: 2008, Brand: Fleetwood, Model Number: Bounder

    Requesting the pre-trip checklist.

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  42. Don

    RV Make: Rockwood, RV Model: 8329ss, RV Year: 2014, Brand: Rockwood , Model Number: 8329ss

    Slide adjustment

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  43. Robert Best

    RV Make: Terry, RV Model: G30, RV Year: 1995, Brand: Unknown, Model Number: Unknown

    Bought used from a friend. Cannot find the battery cables for the 12 Volt Deep Cycle Marine batteries (room for two) although the battery tray and cover are there. Is it possible that they are in the wiring bundle for when I connect the wiring harness to the tow vehicle to use the exterior running/brake/turn signal and marker lights? I have noticed two or three broken wires on that bundle. Also, when I first brought the trailer home, the thermostat fan switch would operate the furnace blower fan and A/C fan. Now they will not operate at all and, yes, I have checked the fuses and they are fine. Add to that my 12 Volt interior lights as well. Thirdly, my water heater is both electric and propane. I seem to be unable to light the pilot light for the water heater (2 way – electric/propane) in the event of a power outage (such as when Hurricane Harvey struck). I was one of the lucky few who did not lose power but when Hurricane Ike struck in 2008, I was without power for seven days. Any help at all would be sincerely appreciated. Thank you.

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    • Customer Service

      Hello Robert,

      Since you referred to the battery tray and cover as well as the wiring harness to the tow vehicle I assume it’s a travel trailer? If you do not have batteries on the tray, then you probably do not have cables either. They would not be part of the wiring bundle connecting to the tow vehicle, rather large gauge red and black cables running from the tray to the distribution center inside the rig typically zip tied to the frame. If you want to add batteries to the unit, you will need to also add the cables and route them to the distribution center/converter. One thing to keep in mind with your questions on the furnace, interior lights, and pilot light issues, if you do not have a deep cycle battery connected to the distribution center, you will only get 12-volt function when connected to a shoreline source through the converter. You will need to get a multi-meter and check voltage at the distribution center, at the thermostat, at the fuse for interior lights and to the light fixture as well. Keep in mind your roof air conditioner fan operates on 120-volt AC so it is not affected by the 12-volt DC issues. And the water heater could be a 12-volt issue as well?

      Start by plugging the unit into a shoreline power source of at least 20 amps, not just the 10-15 amp service at your home. If your interior lights do not come on, check to see if the roof vents power up or the stove top lights? These are all powered by the 12-volt DC system and should tell you if the entire system is not working or just some components. Check to see if your T/stat has a battery that may have gone dead? Most are wired directly to the house battery system but check just in case.

      If your stove top lights, then you do not have a propane issue but your water heater might have a 12-volt issue and there is an in-line fuse in the module board that could be the problem. You have a lot of issues going on that all seem to point to the 12-volt power and need to identify what power you have coming to each of the components before going further.

      Thanks,
      David RVRC Video Membership

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  44. Camilla

    RV Make: Winnebago, RV Model: Vista, RV Year: 2016

    Should I turn off the propane while traveling in our RV?

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  45. Jim Hauschild

    RV Make: Forest River, RV Model: Georgetown, RV Year: 2006, Brand: DOMESTIC, Model Number: 2652/2852

    Two questions

    Need top two replacement shelves for the refrigerator (Domestic)
    What is the best way to deal with mice?

    Thanks

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  46. James Lanier

    Currently a non owner but have started looking for a motor home that fits my budget of $20 to $25,000.

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  47. Frank

    RV Make: Class C, RV Model: 31L, RV Year: 2016, Brand: Four Winds, Model Number: 31L

    Living water pump loud and vibrates

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    • Customer Service

      Hello Frank,

      Please provide us with the year, make, and model of your RV and we will look further into your problem for you.

      Thanks,
      Becky RVRC Video Membership

      Reply
  48. Luther

    RV Make: Sunnybrook, RV Model: 33CKTS Titan, RV Year: 2008

    Looking for original mountain scene decals for the front and sides

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  49. Mac

    RV Make: pace arrow, RV Model: 37A, RV Year: 2003

    Is it possible to convert 30 Amp service to 50 Amp without a lot of expense?

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  50. Patty archuletta

    RV Make: Ford, RV Model: Class c, RV Year: 1991

    We’ve owned our RV for about 10 years now. Twice we had problems heading to the mountains. Both times RV broke down right before we started to encline to the mountains. We waited several hours for RV to cool for it to stay on. It wasn’t overheated. After sevearal hrs we turned RV on and headed up the mountains with no problems. I blamed it on my husband topping off the gas with the cheap gas both times. Other times we’ve gone to mountains we’ve always put top grade gas. I don’t know why he thought this time it would be ok. Could there be another problem why this happened? Just curious why it happened. Also both times was during day with very warm weather.

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  51. Shirley Lick

    RV Make: Heartland, RV Model: Bighorn 3570, RV Year: 2013

    Need checklist for our 5th wheel

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  52. DEMPSEY

    RV Make: Tiffin, RV Model: Allegro Bus, RV Year: 2006, Brand: Norcold Refrigerator, Model Number: 1200

    What is the status of recalls.

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  53. Rebecca

    RV Make: Ford, RV Model: Majectic, RV Year: 2004

    Since my husband’s passing, I need help with RV maintenance. Thank you for this info.

    Reply
  54. Irene Y Gaines

    RV Make: Fleetwood , RV Model: Providence , RV Year: 2013

    Request copy of Pre-Trip checklist

    Reply
  55. Robert Mayer

    RV Make: Fleetwood, RV Model: Bounder, RV Year: 1987

    “Pre-Trip Checklist for Motorhomes

    Reply
  56. John LaPointe

    RV Make: Montana Big Sky, RV Model: 3295rk, RV Year: 2004

    I have a smell from the bath room shower and sink I run the water for a couple of minutes and it clears up. I have added bleach to the system and let it set over night and also cleaned the tank,, still get the smell. Any ideas that i can try anyone

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  57. Steve

    RV Make: itasca, RV Model: navion, RV Year: 2016

    I want a pre-trip checklist. I am a member so how do I get it. Keep getting a screen asking me to sign up.

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    • Customer Service

      Hello Steve,

      We are glad to hear that you are interested in the Pre-Trip Checklist. Enter in your email address and on the top of the next screen in red it will be the link to download the checklist.

      Thanks,
      Becky RVRC Video Membership

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  58. Larry

    RV Make: Tiffin, RV Model: Allegro, RV Year: 2018, Brand: Tiffin, Model Number: Allegro 32sa

    How to trickle charge coach batteries

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  59. Precious Davis

    RV Make: Holiday Rambler, RV Model: Neptune, RV Year: 2006

    First time owners

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  60. Randy

    RV Make: Thor, RV Model: Hurricane, RV Year: 2008

    Wanting to upgrade my shocks but don’t know how to get the correct shocks for my RV

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    • Customer Service

      Hello Randy,

      To provide more specific information on the correct shock upgrade for your rig, we need the make, model, and year of the rig as well as the chassis model. Specifically the GVWR. I would suggest contacting the suspension experts at Roadmaster to discuss what you currently have, what they recommend for a shock upgrade, and if they have a suspension enhancement product that would be better. You can get the technician phone number here: http://www.roadmasterinc.com

      Thanks,

      David
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  61. gwcoyne1147

    RV Make: Four Winds, RV Model: Hurricane, RV Year: 2004, Brand: Thor, Model Number: 30Q

    The side view mirror screws holding the mirror to the rig got striped out from their mount holes. Whats the best way to reattach the side view mirror

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    • Customer Service

      Hello,

      To provide more specific troubleshooting information on your mirror issue we need the make, model, and year of your RV or tow vehicle? Class C models will have a steel cab structure while Class A models could be mounted into a laminated sidewall with an outside fiberglass material. You should be able to use a larger screw and might need to drill out the hole of the mirrors mounting bracket.

      Thanks,

      David
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  62. gcsage

    RV Model: Holiday Rambler, RV Year: 1991

    getting brakes replaced, where to go, How much cost

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  63. William

    RV Make: ATI Avenger, RV Model: 14 RB, RV Year: 2014, Brand: Avenger, Model Number: 14 RB

    I just bought a 2014 ATI Avenger 14 RB trailer but it doesn’t have an operations manual. Where can I get one or are there videos I can view on how to operate it?

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    • Customer Service

      Hi William,

      Prime Time RV is the manufacture of that unit and unfortunately they only have manuals online that go back to 2015, you may be able to contact them and see if they can provide you with a copy of your specific unit. Typically, not much changes from one year so the 2015 might work for you. They do however have a great components operations page that breaks down everything in the RV and how to use them. I will provide a link to the page. We have a wide array of videos on our site that could help you learn how to operate your RV. Our videos tailor to all RV’s so many things will be the same with yours. Let me know if there is something specific you need to know how to do and I would gladly help!

      http://www.primetimerv.com/onlinemanual.aspx

      Hope this helps,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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