• 8:55

    The typical RV will be equipped with a 30-amp RV distribution panel that has 120 volts coming into the unit. Power comes in into the RV distribution panel via the power cord or “shoreline” cord from an outside electrical supply or onboard generator. The 120-volt AC appliances are protected by residential style circuit breakers. The

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  • 3:34

    Every RV toolbox should have a roll or two of flexible silicone repair tape, a common RV brand is “Rescue Tape”. The best thing about this tape is that it does not stick to anything with an adhesive rather self fusing to itself when stretched. This is one of the most versatile items you can

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  • rv water lines
    3:00

    Most manufacturers have started using plastic half-inch tubing with flared ends when installing RV water lines into newer model units. This tubing is much better than the old gray 3/8-inch tubing, which had low water pressure inside the unit. The new Pex tubing used for RV water lines is of residential grade and designed to

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  • 2:55

    In the past, RV units were equipped with different types of connections to put the RV water lines together. These connectors include crimps, elbows, copper and similar fittings. Now new plastic compression fittings make it easier to pop the RV water lines together by simply sliding the pipe into the compression fitting until it hits

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  • RV Propane Tank
    3:24

    LP gas, or liquid propane, is the fuel of choice for all RVs on the road today. It fuels all the major appliances installed such as stoves, water heaters, and even refrigerators. LP is a safe and efficient fuel to use in your RV rig when dealt with carefully, and it’s held in a system

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  • 1:46

    It is important that your RV refrigerator be level at all times during operation, especially when it is parked at a campground or in your driveway. This is one of the most important RV tips you will need to know. Why? Because the coolant in the refrigerator uses gravity to zig zag all the way

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  • rv toolbox
    2:37

    The storage space available in an RV is considered premium. Because there is not a lot of storage space available in these units, it is important to keep the items in an RV toolbox down to a minimum. This requires only bringing tools with that are necessary to your RV travel. One of the most

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  • 6:39

    Water heaters located in an RV operate similar to those found in a home. They are just a smaller capacity. Which is why when RV water heater troubleshooting you will want to follow similar steps as if you were troubleshooting your home’s water heater. However, there are just a few additional steps you will need

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  • 1:30

    Sometimes when RV refrigerators are not cooling properly all it needs is a little tender loving care. Before conducting a full troubleshooting process for your unit, take time to look at the backside and clean off the coils. Because this area easily collects dust, an RV refrigerator that has insufficient cooling might just need a

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