• 9:08

    Replacing a Water Diverter Valve

    In this premium video lesson, RV maintenance and repair expert Dave Solberg teaches you how to replace a leaky water diverter valve in your RV plumbing system. Recently the RV Repair Club crew was recently asked to inspect a Winnebago Bravo that was experiencing leaky plumbing. Dave and his team started by removing the system’s…

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  • 33:21

    Repairing a Leaky Sink: Inspection and Troubleshooting

    In this in-depth video lesson, Carol Jackson of RV Inspection Specialists walks you through the process of diagnosing and repairing a leaky sink on your RV. It’s not uncommon for your vehicle’s water system to spring a leak, due to all of the vibration that rattles an RV when it’s rumbling down the road. Especially…

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  • 9:23

    Choosing the Best RV House Battery for Your Rig

    Everyone travels differently, and everyone spends their time differently while they’re out in the world in their RV. The amount of power you use while on your adventures might vary, which means your battery supply will need to be unique. In this free video lesson, Dave Solberg teaches you how to select the best RV…

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  • 6:21

    RV Water Filter Replacement: Tips and Tools

    Campground water should always be filtered for safe consumption, especially in certain regions of the country. This can be done by onboard, whole-house filters or by an exterior filtration system, but regardless which option you choose, choose. Don’t skip this step! In this premium video lesson, RV Repair Club contributors Mary and Joshua Sherer walk…

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  • 10:21

    Completely Connected with Winegard’s Air 360+ Gateway

    With the advent of omnidirectional antennae such as the Air 360+ from Winegard, no-fuss TV reception on your RV is guaranteed almost anywhere in the nation. Never again do you have to climb onto your roof to fiddle with a batwing receiver to produce a decent picture. This is an especially great option when boondocking,…

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  • 29:04

    Repairing Laminate on Your RV Counters

    Don’t throw out that damaged laminate! A scratched, cracked, or peeling laminate countertop is not a lost cause. In fact, repairing laminate is often significantly more cost effective than replacing it, and with a little bit of finesse you can end up with a result that’s similarly attractive. In this step-by-step video lesson, Carol Jackson…

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  • 2:46

    Dish Network for My RV: HDTV Wherever, Whenever

    Discover why RVers can’t stop saying, “I love Dish Network for my RV!” Explore the Dish TV line of options that allow you to travel with HDTV wherever you go. Lauren Grijalva and her family of full-time RVers have crossed the country many times over in their home on wheels, and they always have Dish…

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  • 40:19

    Restringing Pleated Day/Night Shades

    As RV day/night shades age, the strings that retract and extend the pleated shade often get a little wonky. This can make a broken or frayed shade difficult to manage and keep in the up position. Although your shade seems to be destined for a replacement, it’s not a lost cause if you don’t mind…

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  • 4:14

    5 Ways to Make Your RV Feel Like Home

    Your house on wheels can feel as warm and personal as any stationary place you call home when you’re not traveling. Just because you’re living in a vehicle doesn’t mean it needs to feel like a vehicle! To help you make your RV feel more like home, Erin Meredith introduces several tips for adding color,…

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