RVRC LIVE! September 2018

In this month’s RVRC LIVE, Dave Solberg shares his favorite roof cleaner and sealer for RV’s, discusses roof repair, winterization, interior flooring, tune-ups and much more. Check out the recap!

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38 Responses to “RVRC LIVE! September 2018”

  1. Steve Kass

    Hi Dave, I am going to install a Wingard ConnecT 2.0 WiFi booster on my roof. It is wireless but I need to run the cable for 12V power. I have heard some say they run it down the refrigerator vent. Does this work? How do I retrieve the cable? Do I have to pull out the refrigerator to get to the cable??

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  2. Don Sprinkel

    How should a person of sizable weight address the issue of being on the roof to do Preventative Maintenance on the rubber compound?

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  3. Robert

    Besides sealing as many entry points as possible, what do you recommend to keep mice out of RVs?

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    • avery

      have a solar panel on roof and digital solar charge controller inside am going to store my M/H for the winter what do I do with the controller (turnoff???) OR???

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  4. Jeff

    Do anyone have the belt diagram for this model it i really need one it is the C30 350 short block Chevy with air conditioning????Please help

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  5. Robert E Jordan

    I received your disk Refrigeration Essentials, is there sound with your DVD’s or we just to read the instruction?

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  6. David

    I have a 94 Holiday Rambler with hydralic jacks. The back jacks don’t extend all the all the time. Sometime they only go up 2 in and other they will go 6″ What can I do?

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  7. Butch Renders

    Wondering about replacing or covering the floor in my 2016 32 ft. Rockwood Lite W RLT2604WS TL? (Guest7045)

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  8. Allen

    I’m buying a 35’ 5th wheel. What your opinion about a Reese Goose Box 5th wheel-to-Gooseneck Air Ride coupler Adapter – Lippert 1621. – 16,000 lbs. over traditional 5th wheel hitch?

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  9. thunder

    Is it best to leave my rv plugged into a 15 amp outlet during winter storage? ie. keep the house and chassis batt. charged. We will not be here to enter coach for 6 months.

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  10. goodwinump

    I am wondering if my 12 bolt rear end is a posi-traction unit. I do know it is a 4.10 gear ratio.

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  11. Dwayne

    I am going to winter in my RV, temps could hit -20. I have hard plumped the sewer lines with ABS pipe. Is it best to leave the dump valves open?

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  12. Malcolm S

    Turned chair around for company and now it wobbles back n forth as well as side to side. The swivel lever won’t catch now. Help.

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  13. Steve Morvant

    After loading our new camper and traveling, my truck is riding low in the back. Question is, is it unsafe to simply raise the adjustment one hole up and wait until next stop to do anything else if needed?

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  14. ART

    I have a Freedom 458 series inverter/charger 2k watts. I recently installed a 400 watt solar system with a charge controller. Now, when I turn on the inverter, I measured 140-145 volts coming out of my 120 plugs….without any load. Drops to 130-135 volts with a load on the system. I’m concerned and afraid I might burn out an appliance with so many volts…..any ideas why and how to correct?

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  15. Mike Sandling

    AC, furnace, and blowers all worked until I unplugged the unit to travel about 2 hours. Now none of them work. What could be the problem?

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  16. Alfred

    What has your experience been with the Autopark Brake as used on the 2005 era Workhorse chassis? I had the Autopark light flip on several times while highway driving indicating pump needed to run to build up pressure. Is this normal or should I be worried about a system failure?

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  17. Mike

    My tub and surround are yellowed, how can I get it to white? Failing that can it be removed by layman and replaced with shower pan and new shower walls? standard mini tub with left hand drain. Cost effective suggestions?

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  18. Joe

    What should we realistically expect to pay to have someone professionally reseal our roof? What would it cost us to do it ourselves? How difficult is the job?

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  19. Smokey

    I’m buying one, looking for a grand junction. I’ve had an rv for over 35 years. Just checking out your program. I’m interested in joining.

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