• Operating your RV refrigerator using propane

    RV refrigerators can run off of either a 120 volt electrical or an LP gas system. An RV propane refrigerator makes it possible to keep your food and beverages cold when there are no electrical hook ups available. It is a good idea to have an understanding of the LP system and how it operates.…

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  • RV Refrigerator Troubleshooting: Baffle Inspection

    When things are not working right, it might be necessary to conduct some RV refrigerator troubleshooting to figure out what is wrong with your unit. One of the first things to check is the baffle. All RV refrigerators come with a removable baffle that is designed to trap the heat as it comes up and…

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  • RV maintenance tips: Kwikee Step

    Every RV requires regular RV maintenance to be conducted. Doing so will help identify potential problems early and allows for ample time to fix things before hitting the road. This includes conducting an inspection and routine maintenance on your RV’s steps. During RV maintenance check all rivets, bearings and pivot points. Clean these areas ridding…

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  • Buying a Used RV: Inspecting a Slide Room

    Due to its various capabilities and numerous moving parts, the slide room on an RV is one of the most essential parts to closely inspect when looking into buying a used RV. Dave Solberg teaches you what to keep in mind when checking over a slide room, from the component’s mechanisms to the exterior sealant…

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  • Buying a Used RV: Appliance Inspection

    Some of the most important and costly maintenance requirements on a used RV can come from appliances such as refrigerators and ovens. When you’re looking into buying a used RV, it’s necessary to do a close inspection of these components, so Dave Solberg teaches you how to check each appliance on a unit for potential…

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  • Buying a Used RV: Interior Inspection

    When buying a used RV, you should fully inspect every component on the vehicle, paying special attention to the interior components. To give you a good idea of what to look for when completing an inside inspection prior to buying a used RV, David Solberg checks over every part of the RV where damage could…

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  • Buying a used RV: Chassis inspection

    When buying a used RV you will want to conduct a thorough inspection of the entire unit, both inside and out. This includes getting underneath the RV and taking a good look at the chassis. It is highly recommended to hire the services of a certified mechanic to take a look when buying a used…

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  • Buying a Used RV: Roof Inspection

    When buying a used RV, it’s important to fully inspect every component on the vehicle, from the engine to the bathroom and especially the roof. The roof is the primary spot for cracking, leaks and damage due to the elements. To help you figure out what to look for when you climb the ladder to…

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  • Buying a Used RV: Inspecting the Exterior

    There are many things you need to check before buying a used RV, including the sidewalls of the unit. To properly inspect the sidewalls of a used RV, it is best to slowly walk around the exterior of the unit looking for any visible damage. The degree of damage could reduce the overall price you…

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