• RV Thermostat Replacement: The Benefits of an Updated Thermostat
    7:52

    Many RVs feature old style thermostats where the temperature needs to be controlled manually. Also, in most cases, older thermostats only control the furnace while the A/C controls are on the outside of the unit. Today’s newer thermostat models can control both the furnace and the air conditioner. These reasons alone are why many RV

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  • Is There a Digital RV Thermostat Upgrade in Your Future?
    1:31

    Your RV thermostat serves to help keep you cool during the dog days of summer and nice and toasty during those cold winter months. It can be viewed as the “brains” of your RV’s heating and cooling system. And like many RV components, thermostats have improved over time. Technology has provided them with better control

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  • How to Add an RV Reading Light
    10:54

    Sometimes at night the passenger will need to read a map or something else to help the driver navigate. An RV reading light installed just behind the passenger will offer enough light to see without disturbing the driver. First you must find a 12-Volt power source to tap into that is not switched somewhere else

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  • Testing Your RV GFCI Outlets
    15:06

    For safety and convenience it is best to replace your RV GFCI outlets when they malfunction. These can easily be identified with your tester. Feel confident to perform this DIY job, a job that will save you time and money. When should you replace your RV GFCI outlets? When they’re malfunctioning or old a replacement

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  • When was the Last Time You Tested Your RV GFCI Outlets?
    3:22

    A ground Fault Circuit Interrupter or GFCI is an outlet or device that can detect the current in your RV is not flowing along the desired path, rather through water or a person and will shut off the power supply at the outlet. GFCIs work by monitoring for an imbalance between the neutral wires and

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  • RV Storage Tips: Winterize Your RV for Extended Life and More Fun
    12:23

    Purchasing an RV can be a great deal of fun but there are some key RV storage tips to help keep its value. One of the most important things that you will need to do is winterize your RV before putting it in storage so it will be in good condition when you’re ready to

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  • How to Inspect your RV Slide Room with These RV Tips
    6:30

    RV Slide outs are designed to be low maintenance, but periodic inspection is required to keep them in good condition. Our video provides RV tips and inspection directions using an actual RV making it easy to visualize the issues. Hydraulic or Electrical Issues Slide-out mechanisms are usually driven by 12 volt DC mechanism or by

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  • Keep Your RV Windows Working Smoothly
    4:16

    As with all other interior/exterior components of your RV, it’s important to keep your RV windows in great shape. This requires only an hour or two of your time every now and then. In this quick instructional video, RV expert Dave Solberg teaches you all the essentials you’ll need to ensure your windows are remain

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  • RV Maintenance: Check Your Airbags
    2:41

    You check your tire pressure regularly, but it’s easy to forget about airbag pressure. In fact, most RV owners don’t even know they have them. The Chevy P30 chassis was a standard throughout the industry for many years until the mid 1990s when Workhorse bought out that division. The P30 chassis had an independent front

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