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  1. geobunk
    geobunk

    RV Make: thor, RV Model: windsport, RV Year: 2019

    F53 chasise hot lead in front fuse box. How to open this fuse box.

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      George,

      There should be clips or brackets on the side or top that release to open up the box. If you do not see a hinge then the whole face lifts off. If there is a hinge, then it can only open to the side.

      Sincerely,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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      • Elaine Pecanty
        Elaine Pecanty

        RV Make: I, RV Year: 2001 tahoe 5 th wheel

        to replace the flooring on. The slideout

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        • Customer Service
          Customer Service

          Hello Elaine,

          We unfortunately don’t have any information on replacing the slide flooring. This is a rather tough task and the room has to be removed to gain access to the floor as most systems are on rollers and you can’t gain access to the screws that hold it in place. Removing the slide from the RV is a large task in it’s own. You have to make sure to take everything off of the slide that touches the floor first. The best way I have found is to take the slide out all of the way. Cut 2×4’s the length of the roof of the slide to the ground, this has to be done on solid ground as well. You will be using these to create legs for supports. You want to screw them into the slide side walls in the same area the fascia pieces are screwed into making sure the boards are touching the ground. Once you have a leg on either side you can remove the interior fascia pieces and backing boards until nothing is blocking the room from coming out. Then with the help of other people guiding the legs you can extend the room out until the side walls are flush with the exterior wall of the RV. You then make legs for the front and install the same way. Once you have 4 legs total, run the room out just enough to clear the floor off of the ground or rollers. The floor will have large screws around the perimeter going up into the side walls. Depending on the slide mechanism you might have to remove the slide arms and brackets too. Once all of the screws and brackets are removed the floor should come down. You can replace in reverse order. Again, this takes a lot of time to do and can be very tough but it can be done.

          Sincerely,
          Dan, RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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        • Customer Service
          Customer Service

          Hi Elaine. We unfortunately don’t have any information on replacing the slide flooring. This is a rather tough task and the room has to be removed to gain access to the floor as most systems are on rollers and you can’t gain access to the screws that hold it in place. Removing the slide from the RV is a large task in it’s own. You have to make sure to take everything off of the slide that touches the floor first. The best way I have found is to take the slide out all of the way. Cut 2×4’s the length of the roof of the slide to the ground, this has to be done on solid ground as well. You will be using these to create legs for supports. You want to screw them into the slide side walls in the same area the fascia pieces are screwed into making sure the boards are touching the ground. Once you have a leg on either side you can remove the interior fascia pieces and backing boards until nothing is blocking the room from coming out. Then with the help of other people guiding the legs you can extend the room out until the side walls are flush with the exterior wall of the RV. You then make legs for the front and install the same way. Once you have 4 legs total, run the room out just enough to clear the floor off of the ground or rollers. The floor will have large screws around the perimeter going up into the side walls. Depending on the slide mechanism you might have to remove the slide arms and brackets too. Once all of the screws and brackets are removed the floor should come down. You can replace in reverse order. Again, this takes a lot of time to do and can be very tough but it can be done.
          Thanks
          Dan-RV Repair Club

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  2. Charles Fortenberry
    Charles Fortenberry

    RV Make: Winnebago , RV Model: Superchief , RV Year: 1989

    Our RV has not run in the last 6 or 7 months! We had an alternator put on back then, then a little later we lost all of our 12 volts from our
    Starting battery. No current to the ignition, the front lights, radio, or anything! It has a new battery, and alternator. (All house battery and
    12v. And 110 volts are fine, problem is only with front 12v. ALL OF THE FUSES UNDER DASH ARE DEAD, EXCEPT ONE 30 amp. ?
    Any ideas ?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Charles,

      If there is no power to the fuse panel you will have to check the battery connections and trace where they go. Most of the time when this happens it is from a bad connection somewhere from the battery. I have also seen many ignition switches fail as well so you will want to test the voltage there and connections as well. If you have a switch to connect the house batteries to the chassis battery (many RV’s do not if there is an isolater switch) turn this on and test it. If it now gets power you know the issue is with a bad connection from the battery. If it still does not work then the issue could be with connections to the fuse block or something through the firewall.

      Sincerely,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi there Larry!

      We’d love to help!

      Would you be able to provide us with a little more detail regarding your issue and what you’ve done to try to fix it? We also need your year, make, and model of your RV. After I receive those bits of information, I’ll send that to our expert!

      Thank you!

      Jessica
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  3. pyroray
    pyroray

    RV Make: Rexhall, RV Model: Airebus, RV Year: 2001, Brand: Suberban, Model Number: Sf35

    Not turning on, no fan, dead. Connected thermostat wires, got nothing. All fuses in coach panel are good.

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi there Ray!

      Oh no! That’s not good. Let’s see if we can help!

      Would you be able to let us know what is not turning on by chance? Also, we will need the year, make, and model of your RV! Once I have all the necessary information, I will forward it to our expert!

      Sincerely,

      Jessica
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  4. Aaron Bailey
    Aaron Bailey

    RV Make: Gulf Stream, RV Model: Track and Trail 24rth , RV Year: 2017

    I’m missing the summer time.

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  5. Robert P
    Robert P

    RV Make: Coleman by Duchman, RV Model: Lantern 28 ft., RV Year: 2017

    This is our starter RV. Sleeps 7. We just installed a 32″ TV. With an antenna, we get pretty good TV in metro areas. It pulls easily and is quick to set up.

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    • Tony Davis
      Tony Davis

      RV Make: Chevrolet, RV Model: Fleetwood Bounder, RV Year: 1998, Brand: Carefree, Model Number: No clue

      Manual spring loaded awning will not retract. It is the smaller window size. Has no tension like the others.

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  6. Chuck Rowan
    Chuck Rowan

    RV Make: Cedar creek , RV Model: 34ik Hathaway , RV Year: 2019, Brand: Cedar Creek , Model Number: 34ik

    New to club

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  7. Valerie Taber
    Valerie Taber

    RV Make: Southwind, RV Year: 2001

    How to remove white powdery dust on outside of motorhome

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Valerie!

      We’d love to help!

      Could you provide us with a little more detail regarding the issue you’re running into, as well as the year, make, and model of your RV?

      Thank you!

      Jessica
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  8. MARTIN ROHRBACH
    MARTIN ROHRBACH

    RV Make: Forest River, RV Model: Wildwood LH, RV Year: 2009

    The flusher pedal popped-off on our toilet. Can it be repaired/replaced, or do I need to replace the entire toilet?

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      Customer Service

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  9. Benher R Taylor
    Benher R Taylor

    RV Make: Damon , RV Model: Astoria 3579, RV Year: 2006

    My wife and myself a new to this this our first RV

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  10. Benher R Taylor
    Benher R Taylor

    RV Make: Damon, RV Model: Astoria 3579, RV Year: 2006, Brand: 2006 Damon, Model Number: Astoria 3579

    Do anybody know what size inverter is on that motor coach and where is it located

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      Customer Service

      Hi Benher,

      Thank you for contacting us. In order to answer your question the experts will need to know the year, make and model of the RV you are asking about.

      Be Safe,

      Joan
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  11. James E Tryon
    James E Tryon

    RV Make: ford, RV Model: diesel ambulance, RV Year: 1995

    Latest conversion project. Wiring in an ambulance is a night mare. Unable to find anyone who knows anything about them.

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  12. John
    John

    RV Make: Wunnebago, RV Model: Rialta, RV Year: 2001

    Just spending some time resealing compartment doors along side of unit. Used The Right Stuff for that. Going to replace weather striping around cabin door soon and crimp connection to inverter. Looking for hub caps that’ll “enhance” appearance. So far , touch wood, no mechanical issues…..only 50,000 miles so shouldn’t have any, but…Generator works but noisy, fridge works well. Have satellite dish on roof that I want to remove. Will need to repair hole after that and when ready will seek advice. Then it’ll be all about detailing and replacing decals and logos. Unless of course, something goes awry in the meantime. Stay tuned. See you later.

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  13. Jim P
    Jim P

    RV Make: Winnebago, RV Model: Intent, RV Year: 2018

    Just a quick Vent..I fixed most of the wrongs….At 400 miles the Generator had to be rebuilt. (Under Warranty) Step would go in and out at random. Dealer claimed it was fixed. It was not. Lever on Driver Seat broke. I ordered a new lever and cable and fixed it myself. A/C has to be on FULL to get cold air. Water leaks into compartment below when raining. If I need anything done on the chassis I have to drive 180 miles. RR Hydraulic leveler goes up about 2 inches after initial setup. I believe I’ll need to reset the level system. Inverter works sometimes when on the road. I believe I got it fixed. Shower leaks at the door. I fixed the seal at the bottom. Last but not all the problems…Found A LOT of saw dust in the overhead vent in the bedroom. Was blowing all over when running A/C…

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  14. Andree Kolarick
    Andree Kolarick

    RV Make: fleetwood, RV Model: Southwind, RV Year: 2003

    About to invest in this RV anything I should know?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Andree,

      I am not sure what the question is. Are you buying a used RV and have some concerns?

      Sincerely,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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      • Leon provence
        Leon provence

        RV Make: jayco, RV Model: recon toyhauler, RV Year: 2007

        how do you keep your food cold when traveling down the road, do you use propane while traveling or is it powered by battery?

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        • Customer Service
          Customer Service

          Hello Leon,

          Thank you for your patience while I reached out to the expert, here is the reply:

          It depends on what fridge you have but if you are using the standard boiler RV fridge it typically only operates on electric (from shore power only) or on gas. Some people like to operate it on gas while traveling but you do have to be careful as you will have an open flame on the exterior of the RV. You can’t pull up to a gas pump like this. You would have to turn off the fridge before filling with gas and then turn it back on after leaving the pump area. There are also local laws you have to pay attention to depending on where you are traveling. Certain areas, especially areas through tunnels, don’t allow open propane containers while traveling so during areas like this you can’t operate the fridge. They are well insulated so they will stay cool for a while during travel if you got it cold before the trip. If you do choose to operate on gas you have to be very cautious while traveling.

          Sincerely,

          Dan
          RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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  15. Christine Smith
    Christine Smith

    RV Make: Coachmen, RV Model: Santara, RV Year: 2001

    Beginners walk around

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  16. Jim Steltenpohl
    Jim Steltenpohl

    RV Make: Mallard, RV Model: sprint, RV Year: 1991

    when i install a battery in my motorhome i get a clicking sound every 10-20 seconds. Kind of sounds like something is trying to cycle on .

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      Customer Service

      Hello Jim,

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  17. Kaye Edge
    Kaye Edge

    RV Make: Coachman, RV Model: Marada, RV Year: 1998

    We were first time motorhome buyers & purchased what we “thought” was a pretty good mh. We’ve had some major brake issues but hopefully have that fixed. From watching many videos, I see we have some outside bubble (water damage). I dont see any inside. I’m now having trouble with my batteries. If motorhome is cranked, lights inside will come on, but if not, lights are very dim. What do you recommend? Also, I see I need to remove and reseal everything, so what type sealer should I purchase? Thanks for any & all suggestions.

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      I am sorry to hear about all of your issues. The bubbles on the outside could be water damage but could be other things as well like glue coming off or a screw from the inside pushing outwards. It is best to check the roof and everything else in that area and make sure it is all sealed. To re seal things you don’t have to remove them, you can just seal over any exposed openings in the current sealant. We do offer a video showing different types of sealants that can be used, I will share the link below. It is just important not to use silicone on the roof. Make sure to use an RV lap sealant on the roof for sealing. As for the batteries it sounds like the house batteries are not holding that good of a charge. There are two batteries, chassis and house. The chassis battery starts and runs the engine and also charges the house batteries. When the engine is turned off the house batteries are what powers the living area. If the lights are dim on the house batteries you will need to test the voltage after they are charged and make sure they are holding a good charge. Local auto parts stores can test the batteries and let you know if they are good or not.

      https://www.rvrepairclub.com/video/choosing-the-right-rv-sealants-for-your-vehicle-009072/

      Sincerely,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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  18. Deborah Underwood
    Deborah Underwood

    RV Make: Jayco, RV Model: Jay Flight, RV Year: 2013

    This is a 3 slide unit. front bedroom back living room.

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  19. Richard Legard
    Richard Legard

    RV Make: Newmar, RV Model: Mountain Aire 5th wheel, RV Year: 2003, Brand: Onan Propane Generator, Model Number: 5.5 HGJAB-1119B

    My generator will crank but will not start .put new plugs in it checked the magneto and have fire . Today I got it to fire on carb cleaner so I am think maybe fuel problem, don’t smell any propane . Is there some kind of shutoff or check valve . Thanks

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      There shouldn’t be a shut off valve. The only thing that is common is your fuel tank has to be at least 1/4 full for the gas to flow to the generator. If your tank is below 1/4 it will not send gas. This is to prevent the RV from being stranded if the generator would use all of the fuel. If your gas level is fine then you want to look into the fuel filter. This is going to be inline from the fuel line around the pump. If this is clogged it will prevent it from firing up as well. Other things that could cause it would be bad fuel pump or varnish inside the carburetor. I would start by checking the fuel filter.

      Sincerely,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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  20. Michele Spence
    Michele Spence

    RV Make: Flagstaff, RV Model: 21SS, RV Year: 2010

    pop out beds with soft wood underneath

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  21. Joseph Vaughn
    Joseph Vaughn

    RV Make: Montana, RV Model: 3760FL, RV Year: 2020, Brand: Keystone, Model Number: 3760FL

    I p[ut a hole in my hydraulic line i got it fixed now what kind of fluid do i need and do i have to drain the rest of the fluid out of the tank or is it ok to mix the fluids together they are different colors

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi Joseph,
      Thank you for reaching out to us. I need more information on your RV, whats the year, make and model?

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  22. David Carol Peontek
    David Carol Peontek

    RV Make: Forest River , RV Model: Vengence Rouge 32V, RV Year: 2021

    What sort of sway system and/or tension system should I install/ I will be pulling with a RAM 2500.

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      It really depends on what type of trailer you are pulling and how much it ways. If you are pulling a single axle and is less than 5000lbs you only really need sway control with your truck. If you are pulling larger you will have to get a distribution system rated for what you are going to be pulling. They are all made for certain weight ranges so you have to decide on a trailer first. You can get systems that integrate the sway control with it or have it separate. The best system out there is from Equalizer. It is weight and sway built into one and with 4 points of sway control contact it is one of the best on the market. They hold up very well and are easy to take care of. Husky makes one called Centerline that is nice too, better for heavier trucks than light trucks so this would work fine for you as well.

      https://www.equalizerhitch.com/how-equalizer-works

      https://www.huskytow.com/husky-towing-32216-weight-distribution-hitch

      Sincerely,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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  23. THOMAS R
    THOMAS R

    RV Make: Keystone, RV Model: Bullet, RV Year: 2020

    Carbon monoxide detection unit keeps going off every 20 minutes. All windows are open. Still going off. What to do?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      It is best to has your system tested for a gas leak first to make sure it safe. If you disconnect your propane tanks and leave them off for a few hours check the system again. If the CO detector is still going off, most likely it is failing and needs replaced. These can not be fixed and can fail every so often so if it keeps going off when you know there is no gas connected to the system it is best to replace it.

      Sincerely,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi Mike,

      Thank you for reaching out to us! Could you give me more detail on what you are looking for?

      Sincerely,

      Shelley
      RV Repair Club

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  24. Ron Munro
    Ron Munro

    RV Make: P30 chev, RV Model: Vanguard, RV Year: 1990

    Black tank won’t empty any suggestions?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Ron!

      Could we get the year, make, and model of your RV?

      Thank you!

      Jessica
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  25. Debbie Gottlieb
    Debbie Gottlieb

    RV Make: Coachman, RV Model: Catalina, RV Year: 2000

    Can someone tell me where the hood release is please?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi Debbie,

      Great question! I will need more information from you. What is the year, make and model of your RV?

      Sincerely,

      Shelley
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  26. Michael French
    Michael French

    RV Make: Fleetwood, RV Model: Expedition, RV Year: 2002

    Was wondering how to manually put in the slide outs?

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      Customer Service

      Hello Michael!

      Can we please get the year, make, and model of you’re RV?

      Thank you!

      Ayan
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  27. Michael French
    Michael French

    RV Make: Fleetwood , RV Model: Expedition , RV Year: 2002

    How to manually put in steps? How to manually put in a slide out?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Michael!

      We will need more information in order to assist you further. What is the year, make, and model of you’re RV?

      Thank you

      Sincerely

      Ayan
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  28. Arthur Hale
    Arthur Hale

    RV Make: Heartland, RV Model: Bighorn, RV Year: 2017, Brand: Dish, Model Number: Tailgater 2 output

    Anyone know how to hookup the cables for one tv in living area and another TV in bedroom with two wallys

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi Arthur,
      Here is what our expert had to say:
      It depends on how the coax cables are set up on your RV. The most common are for the cable coax on the exterior to go to the living room antenna booster. It then goes to the second set, in the bedroom from there. If you connect the satellite to the cable coax and have the booster selected to cable the signal is supposed to go to both TV’s. You should then be able to connect both Wally systems to each area. There are many manufactures that set it up different, separate coax for satellite or two different options. I have seen some that need the booster removed and a separate coax connected to the back from the factory. Really you just need to find out what you have and what is needed to be done to connect all of the coax signals together. Once they are all connected it should work for both receivers. If you have everything connected and the living room works but not the bedroom I would remove the booster and check the connections on the back and make sure they are good and go to the correct place. Also check just past the booster for a splitter, these are common and fail so it may need replaced.
      Sincerely, Dan RV Repair Club Technical Expert

      If you have other questions please email at rvrepairclub@program-director.net or call us at 1-855-706-3536.
      Sincerely,
      Codi
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  29. Dale Davidson
    Dale Davidson

    RV Make: Tiffin, RV Model: TiffinBreeze 28 ft Diesel pusher, RV Year: 2011, Brand: Tiffin, Model Number: 28 foot Breeze

    Where is a good place to buy front Seats. I have a bad back and Can’t sit in just any seat

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  30. Don Whaley
    Don Whaley

    RV Make: Alpine Coach, RV Model: 38, RV Year: 2004, Brand: Alpine Coach, Model Number: 38'

    what brake disc pads for Front and rear do I need to buy?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hey Don,
      You will have to look at the data tag on the axle to get the information you need. There will be a tag in the center of the axle with the manufacture name and info. The brake components can be found using this information. You can also take off the wheel and look at the drum. There is a stamp on the drum with the manufacture and drum size. This will tell you what size you need. You will want to buy ones made for that specific model of axle and brake assembly.

      Sincerely,
      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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  31. Jonathan Faust
    Jonathan Faust

    RV Make: Riverside, RV Model: Retro 195, RV Year: 2015

    Suspention & Tire Maintenance

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  32. Don Mulder
    Don Mulder

    RV Make: Forest River, RV Model: Lexington 283GTS, RV Year: 2006

    My first rig. I love it, still learning all about it too

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  33. David Tucker
    David Tucker

    RV Make: Jayco, RV Model: Redhawk 24B, RV Year: 2020

    Thanks for providing this service. It’s great!

    Reply
  34. Richard Lundquist
    Richard Lundquist

    RV Make: Harney, RV Model: Renegade, RV Year: 2000, Brand: RVA Levelers, Model Number: JII Manual Leveling System

    We are the original owners of our 2000 Harney Renegade 37′ Class A. The RVA levelers controller has lost its mind. On the last two trips, the Bong Alarm would not shut off when jacks were retracted. The right rear jack was replaced a few years ago after a mishap slightly bent the original one (I forgot they were down and tried to drive away).

    My husband topped off reservoir according to directions in “RVA Fluid Level Service” bulletin, and it still Bonged. CA to Oregon and back in December and CA to AZ in January and back home in Feb. Not able to get into RV repair shop in Yuma until April (appointment made and planning to be there if we can’t fix this).

    In AZ, it started not responding to the switches. Pump runs, but jacks move very slowly and/or don’t respond to corresponding switch. If I start with the front jack, then switch to another jack, the front will continue to deploy. Even if I try to retract it, it will continue to deploy. The All Retract position doesn’t work consistently and may in fact continue raising the last jack deployed. Fluid level seems good.

    In trying to track the path of the system’s hoses and wires, I noticed a substantial amount of hydraulic fluid has leaked from the slide’s ram onto the attached storage bays below (only has one slide). Are they sharing a system like the 5th Wheel Video in your file demonstrates? It wouldn’t explain the controller being erratic but might explain the Bong Alarm.

    I’ll clean off the hydraulic fluid when I get my rig back home again, to see where it’s leaking and how much. It is in the shop at the moment for a new ignition switch, after gauges and radio intermittently stopped working.

    Although everything on and in our RV is obsolete, or upgraded, I had not expected the manual levelers to cause me grief. Looking forward to your suggestions to cure our dilemma.

    Sincerely, Susan & Richard

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi Richard,

      Here is what our expert had to say:
      It sounds like there is an issue with the solenoid valves. These are what cause the jacks to either go up or down and if it is stuck then a certain jack can keep moving in one direction only. Depending on the system you have it could also be the controller as well. Normally there is an alarm when there is an issue with the system. A lot of times this indicates there is an issue with the controller. There are many different systems out there and I don’t know which was installed with yours so I can’t tell you exactly what it might mean. Since you do have the issue with the leak this could also be causing this to happen. When there is a leak in the system it could let in air bubbles. The bubbles can cause issues with things moving when they shouldn’t and also can set off alarms. The slides and leveling all use the same fluid and reservoir so with the slide leaking it could cause issues with the leveling system. Really the best thing to do first is to fix the leak, sometimes internal parts can be replaced like gaskets and other times you have to get a new jack. Once it is fixed you need to bleed the system of air by extending and retracting everything multiple times until there is no bubbles or foam in the reservoir and see if this made a difference. If you are still having issues you will have to narrow down what it could be. If only the front jack is having the issue I would suggest replacing the solenoid valve. If multiple things are struggling then the controller might be the cause.

      Sincerely,
      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

      If you need further assistance please reach back out to us!
      Sincerely,
      Codi
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  35. Ricky R Straub
    Ricky R Straub

    RV Make: Winnebago, RV Model: Outlook, RV Year: 2006

    Have it for three years and under 28,000 miles one it.

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  36. David
    David

    RV Make: KZRV, RV Model: Sportsman CT, RV Year: 2020

    Just purchased and bringing it home before 1st trip – let the adventures begin!

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  37. Dennis M Glaude
    Dennis M Glaude

    RV Make: Itasca, RV Model: Meridian , RV Year: 2008

    Our retirement home

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  38. Jimmy Roach
    Jimmy Roach

    RV Make: Thor, RV Model: Hurricane, RV Year: 2013

    Fuse listing for front fuse box

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  39. raymond dage
    raymond dage

    RV Make: winabago, RV Model: sunstar, RV Year: 2014

    How to clean the white faded paint on outside RV, what kind of wax or polish to use .tried several things. I think the white is from water?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Raymond,
      Here’s what the experts had to say about your question:

      If you have white markings over a painted area this is usually from the clear coat fading. When it gets to this point it is best to try a rubbing compound and buffing wheel to smooth it back out and restore the coating. It could also be mineral deposits from water and the rubbing compound could help with this as well. These compounds and buffing wheels are usually supplied at auto parts stores.

      Sincerely,
      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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