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RVRC Ask The Expert: How do I get service done on my RV at home and on the road?

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Welcome RVers! Join us as Dave Solberg answers your questions on Wednesday, August 24th at 4:00pm CT. Dave will be reviewing how to get service on your RV while you’re at home or on the road. If you have any other questions, please put them in the comments below for Dave to answer when we go LIVE!

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3 Responses to “RVRC Ask The Expert: How do I get service done on my RV at home and on the road?”

  1. Vickie Grantham

    You can also get a bottle of peppermint oil and cotton balls place them under all under sinks and corners and anywhere you've seen evidence of mice. Even in the back of food storage cabinets, they will be gone real soon.

  2. Bruce Alexander

    Another thing to check for high-power electrical issues, like the slides, is the connections and cables from the batteries to the device. If there is a loose connection, either bolt-on connections or crimps on the terminals at the ends of the cables can cause a major loss of power and can be a safety issue because these loose connections can get very hot or catch on fire.

  3. Ronald

    Have a 32 ft class A motorhome (gas) . Where can I get engine service and front end alignment?

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