• 3:34

    If you’ve traveled in your RV during the peak of summer, you may have experienced what happens when the air conditioning unit goes into overdrive to combat the high heat: condensation! Air conditioner condensation can drip into the interior of your unit and cause a few different problems, including soiled carpet and increased cabin humidity.

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  • 3:33

    One of our Club members reached out with an important question: is there a safe and efficient way to flush an RV fresh water tank? The answer is yes, but as we’ve learned, rule number one for RV maintenance is all units are not built the same. Thus, what works for your particular motor home

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  • RV Toilet Operation
    1:25

    As opposed to the toilets in your home, an RV toilet requires a couple extra steps for proper use and maintenance. Whereas the typical stationary toilet has a back-mounted tank that fills and flushes the bowl, a mobile RV toilet is supplied with water via the fresh water tank and on demand pump, or city

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  • 2:17

    A few decades ago, RV owners had one toilet option: plastic with flush pedal. Now, there are several types of RV toilet with countless accoutrements and accessories that allow you to completely customize your bathroom experience. If you want a taller bowl that requires little upkeep, you can have it, as long as you’re willing

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  • 3:57

    Does your RV propane refrigerator turn on for a brief moment before shutting off again? The problem might be a frustrating and confusing one, but we’d bet yours is a common and simple solution. In this free lesson, RV expert Dave Solberg teaches you how to troubleshoot a faulty fridge that doesn’t seem to want

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  • 3:19

    If your RV air conditioner doesn’t seem to be operating at maximum capacity, there are a number of things you can check for and update. Proper troubleshooting of RV AC requires that you thoroughly inspect your rig for any components that might hinder airflow. To help you discover what’s affecting your AC’s capabilities, RV expert

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  • 3:43

    We’ve found that most RVers expect more from their RV rooftop air conditioning units than their maximum capability. Generally, rooftop AC has the capacity to cool a unit to 20 degrees below outdoor temperature, so on the hottest of days you shouldn’t expect inside temperature to be as cozy as you’d like. However, there are

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  • 2:24

    If the side-by-side refrigerator on your fifth wheel or motorhome seems to shift out of place while you’re driving, there could be several simple solutions. Depending on the type of RV refrigerator you own, the fix you need might also be very inexpensive. To help you find the proper cure for what ails your fridge,

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  • 3:02

    We recently received a question from a Club member in regard to conditioning an RV rubber roof. They wondered, I’ve already cleaned the roof, is conditioning actually necessary? According to RV expert Dave Solberg, the answer is a definitive yes. Rubber roofs are constantly exposed to the elements, particularly UV rays that can cause the

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