• Air Flow Meter
    2:25

    Helpful Gadgets: An Air Flow Meter

    When something seems wrong with the cooling or heating system of a RV, it is difficult to go to the mechanic and simply say something generic like, “my RV is not cooling like it used to.” A helpful gadget that every RV owner should keep in their unit is an air flow meter. The best…

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  • 2:00

    Locate an RV Dump Station & Know When to Dump Your Waste Water

    One of the most common questions asked among those who are new to RVing is, “when is the best time to dump the waste water tanks and how do I find the nearest RV dump station?” The best time to dump the RV waste water tanks is when they are at least two-thirds full. This…

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  • how to strip a wire
    1:49

    How to Strip a Wire in Your RV

    When conducting electrical work on your RV, it is important to know how to strip a wire and the different connectors available for splicing electrical wires together. With a few simple steps, you can properly strip and terminate wires using a butt splice. Using a butt splice is the same as an eye splice or…

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  • 6:29

    Keeping Rain Off Your RV Windshield

    Keeping a clear view of the road during a rainstorm is a challenge many owners face. The biggest problem is the RV windshield wipers do not cover the entire window, making it difficult to see when heavy rains are coming down. There are many aftermarket products that can be used to help repel rain from…

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  • RV Waste Tanks
    1:33

    RV Waste Tanks: How to Avoid Inaccurate Monitor Readings

    Over time the walls of your RV waste tanks can get a build-up of sediments, which can falsify the sensors on the side of the tanks. Inaccurate readings caused by residue and stuck toilet paper on the walls of the RV waste tanks is a common problem owners regularly face. Most systems have a main…

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  • RV City Water Inlet
    2:41

    Quick Release Adapters for Your RV City Water Inlet

    Sometimes connecting the hose to your RV city water inlet can be a challenge. Even if the connector looks like it is out in the open, it may not be easy to remove the cap and/or the hose once attached. That is why installing an aftermarket quick release connector or adapter to your water inlet…

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  • Water Pressure Regulator for RV
    2:06

    When and Why to Use a Water Pressure Regulator for RV

    The water pressure coming out of a city water supply at campground sources can vary. It’s important to know pressure levels and use a water pressure regulator for RV when connecting to an outside source. RVs are equipped with plastic fittings, copper fittings and clamps, most of which can only withstand 40 to 50 PSI.…

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  • RV Refrigerator Temperature
    2:00

    RV Refrigerator Temperature: Testing the Thermistor

    Efficiency is essential when you’re out on the road in an RV. From gas to water, every drop of energy is vital when you’re trying to keep costs low and get the most bang for your buck. This is especially true for the appliances you utilize when you’re traveling the country. And one such appliance…

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  • TV Antenna for RV
    5:30

    TV Antenna for RV Options

    If you’re like us, you feel better having the option to watch TV when you’re out on the road. Having weather and traffic updates is crucial for certain parts of the country, and you never know when you’ll be traveling during a big game. Depending on how much you use your TV antenna for RV…

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