Bundle: The Complete RV Maintenance 12-Class Collection with 3 Tools (DVD + Streaming Video)
For the most comprehensive collection of RV maintenance tips, help and learning you can find, your search is over. This is the set for you.
Combining 12 of RV Repair Club’s best video classes, this complete collection will provide you with invaluable instruction on the most important RV maintenance topics you need to know – including electrical & water systems, solar power, refrigeration, heating & air conditioning, exterior care, and more.
Each of the 12 classes you’ll receive includes bonus video segments and printable PDF resources that will supplement and expand upon the video instruction you’ll see.
With nearly 18 total hours of hands-on video instruction and bonus resources, this 12-class set will help make you the most informed RV owner you can be. In addition, you’ll get a Form-a-Funnel, a Clarity Defender PLUS Windshield Treatment & 7-Function Multimeter – all are fantastic items that will help you keep your RV in great shape. These three items alone have a value of $50 when sold separately.
To maximize your convenience and long-term flexibility, you’ll own these classes in TWO forms – on DVD and via streaming video online. With this 2-media access, you can enjoy or share the instruction no matter where you’re at!
Here’s a detailed summary of each of the Classes in this collection:
Complete Waste Water System Know-How
Most RV owners don’t want to spend much time getting to know their waste water system – out of sight, out of mind. But ask a seasoned RV veteran and they all have a horror story from somewhere in the past. In this video class, your instructor Dave Solberg will teach you how the waste water system works, covering these topics and more:
Black water tanks and gray water tanks
Monitor panel and sensors
Waste water maintenance and repair
Toilet operation and maintenance
Proper sewer venting
Common problems and troubleshooting
Know Your 120-Volt Electrical System
Although the electrical power used in your RV is similar to that used in your home, there are several unique properties to the 120-Volt power system that all RV owners should know. This instructional class will walk you through, step-by-step, the key factors of your RV electrical system, including these specific topics:
Campground power overview
Units of measure
Checking the campground power source
The distribution center
Campground source vs. generator power
Checking amp draw and using a multimeter
Energy management systems
Safety and surge protectors
Electrical system diagnosis
Ins & Outs of Fresh Water Systems
In this RV Repair Club video class, Dave Solberg will show you many essential aspects of your RV’s fresh water system, and how to ensure you enjoy clean and safe water on every trip you make.
Specific topics you’ll learn about in this class include:
Checking campground water quality
Proper hoses, adapters and storage
Checking pressure, adding filter and pressure regulator
On-board water tank
Water lines and water pump
Faucet and shower head upgrade
12-Volt Deep Cycle Battery Essentials
To get maximum enjoyment from your RV experience, keeping the “lights on” is a necessity. In this video class, you’ll learn must-have insights and tips regarding the operation and maintenance of a 12-Volt Deep Cycle battery system.
Your instructor, Dave Solberg, will teach you about the following key topics:
Different types of batteries commonly used in RVs
How the 12-Volt system works
Battery draw and parasitic drain
Upgrading the converter
Inverters and solar panels
Conserving battery power
Your refrigerator is a critical appliance in an enjoyable RV trip or vacation – but it can make you heated when it’s not operating properly.
This video class will teach you the ins and outs of various refrigerators, and provide you with step-by-step tips and know-how to keep yours running smoothly. Your instructor, Dave Solberg, will show you:
Differences in absorption and compression refrigerators
Basic refrigerator operation
Importance of level
Thermistor operation & testing
Ice maker operation
Fault codes and troubleshooting
Cleaning the burner assembly
Roof vent exhaust
Tips for better refrigerator operation
Setting Up and Connecting at the Campground
For the novice RV owner, and even for those with experience, setting up at the campground can be somewhat overwhelming. It can take quite a long time and can be frustrating if things don’t go smoothly.
However, it doesn’t have to be difficult if you know the tricks, and follow some fundamental steps in the process. In this video class, you’ll learn how to do it right, with help on these topics:
Entering the campground
Choosing the proper site for you
Pulling into the pad
Extending slide rooms
Connecting sewer hose
Connecting to electrical source
Some final steps to settle in
Exterior Care and Maintenance Essentials
With just a little bit of attention to detail, you can not only help reduce costly leaks and breakdowns, but also increase the value of your rig by making it look better!
By following the tips and suggestions in this class, from your instructor Dave Solberg, you can extend the life of your RV and make your RVing experience much more enjoyable. Follow along and learn about:
Inspecting your sealants and gaskets
Roof cleaning and maintenance
Sidewall material cleaning and maintenance
Awning cleaning and maintenance
Proper tire care
Heating System Fundamentals
While most RV owners purchase their rig to use during the summer months or to escape the cold weather and “snow bird” in the south, there are still times when the heating system comes in handy. You may not camp in below freezing weather but depending on your location, you can still encounter cold weather in just about any month of the year. So, a well maintained and efficient heating system will make your trips much more enjoyable!
In this video class, your instructor Dave Solberg will cover the following:
Review the fundamentals of an RV heating system
Show you how to maintain and keep it running efficiently
Show you how to troubleshoot some common problems you may see
LP System Know-How
Liquid Propane, or LP, is a very versatile fuel source and the lifeblood of most RV appliances. As an RV owner, it’s important that you understand the fundamentals of how an LP system works. This will help keep your appliances running smoothly and operating in a safe manner.
In this video class, with instructor Dave Solberg, you will learn:
The history of LP
How to properly fill an LP container
How the LP system works in your RV
Troubleshooting any issues with your LP appliances
Developing a pre-departure checklist customized for your rig and your RVing lifestyle can be an overwhelming task. In this video class Dave Solberg will review all of the details you should have on your customized check list including the following areas:
Using a thorough checklist and preparation process will ensure you don’t forget anything and don’t do any damage down the road.
RV Air Conditioning Essentials
The AC in your RV is often taken for granted. When you’re in your home, you simply set the thermostat at 68 or 72 degrees and you just let it cool. The difference between an RV and a home is that at home we are climate controlled. We don’t let our homes get up to 120 degrees inside or down to -20 in the winter time. Walking into an RV that, with the ambient temperature of 100 degrees outside, could be 120 inside – RV air conditioners have limitations.
In this video class, your instructor Dave Solberg will cover the following:
Overview of the different types of air conditioners used on RV’s
How the different types of units work
Review the various air conditioning components from evaporators to condensers, compressors and thermostats.
Efficiency, troubleshooting & safety tips
Solar Power Fundamentals
There are many factors to consider when determining the size and type of a solar configuration to purchase for your RV. It’s important to understand not only the parts that are needed but how they all operate together. In this video class, we’ll walk you through each component and what its function is so that you can better understand how the system works. We will also talk about what things you need to consider that will influence the size and type of solar configuration that will work best for you.
How Solar Works
Choosing the Right System
PLUS, you’ll get BONUS resources and helpful information to supplement ALL of your class content.
Clarity Defender PLUS Windshield Treatment ($20 Value)
Glare. Darkness. Rain. These three elements make it more difficult for drivers to see clearly. And confidently.
Improve your driving vision 34%1, and your response time, with Clarity Defender® Plus, a windshield treatment that creates a water repellent, protective layer for your cars, trucks, RVs and boats. A must for weekend warriors and daily commuters.
This great product:
Repels rain at highway driving speeds for better vision and a reduced need for windshield wipers
Bonds to glass and mirrors, creating a nanoseal that offers protection from road salt, windshield washer fluid and household cleaners
Includes a convenient, disposable applicator and a high-quality microfiber buffing cloth
Applies easily – wipe on, wipe off in 15 minutes – and lasts up to one year
Makes a windshield easier to clean and reduces wear and tear of wiper blades
Does not harm paint or trim
7-Function Digital Multimeter ($10 Value)
This versatile 7 function digital multimeter provides precise measurements and tests for a variety of electronics. This multimeter tests AC/DC voltage, DC current, resistance, transistor and diode, battery test. Features an easy-to-read digital LCD display and automatic zero adjust.
Medium Form-A-Funnel Flexible Draining Tool ($20 Value)
Dimensions 14.5″ x 6.5″
The Form-A-Funnel easily molds, then holds its shape so you get every last drop of oil every time, no matter how obstructed the filter or plug.
Molds into and holds any shape to create a leakproof channel for draining oil or fluid.
Thick, pliable nitrile rubber encases a thin layer of alloy to allow thousands of shapings
Highly-compatible nitrile resists common vehicle liquids in temperatures from 0 to 300 degrees F
Soft rubber edge forms a seal around filters or drains
Easily wipes clean with most cleaner and degreasers
Easy to store flat or rolled up in toolbox or glove compartment
Great for draining oil, gasoline and other fluids