• 1:18

    If you notice a strange odor in your motor-home, it’s important to know what to do to diagnose the smell and attribute it to a specific part of the vehicle. In this RV tips demonstration, Dave Solberg teaches you how to determine whether an odor is due to an issue with the propane, grey water

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  • 3:30

    Anyone who has ever tried to endure a night of sleep in an RV with a dripping faucet will know the bad dreams drops of water can cause. As annoying as a drip may be, it’s equally as easy to fix with some simple replacement parts or a minor upgrade. To help you diagnose the

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  • 2:29

    The RV waste tank is a vital component of any RV when it comes to having a good time and keeping your peace of mind while out touring the country. In fact, a well-cared-for RV waste tank is perhaps the most important for a comfortable and clean ride. You can find the RV waste tank

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  • 2:07

    The RV waste tank is one of the more important components on an RV when it comes to enjoying yourself out on the road. After all, a properly maintained RV waste tank will make for a much cleaner, odorless, and more peaceful trip. You can find the RV waste tank in various spots throughout an

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  • 1:08

    Nobody likes the cleaning up part of RVing. We’d all rather just kick back and enjoy the scenery, but we know the chores will still be there once we’ve done some relaxing. That’s why Dave Solberg provides you with the guidance you need to help make your job easier, so you can do what you

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  • All About Your RV Water Heater
    1:51

    After a long afternoon of driving on the road or hiking in the woods, nothing feels better than having a nice, hot shower in your RV bathroom. One of the best parts about RV camping instead of opting for a tent is that you get to use your own shower at the end of the

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  • 3:54

    RV water lines have changed over the years. Older style RV water lines used to be a hard plastic with a lot of metal elbows and crimp ends. These lines were very susceptible to freezing and would have leaks caused by vibrations from driving on the highway. Newer generations are starting to use plastic pipes

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  • 3:03

    The undercarriage of your unit should be included on your RV checklist and inspected at least once a year and possibly more depending on how you use your RV. To start inspecting the undercarriage of your RV, you should create an RV checklist that includes every aspect of the underside of your unit, what needs

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  • Wingman Boosts the Reach of Your RV TV Antenna
    1:39

    With the advent of new technologies like HDTV and digital TV, RVers often ask whether they need a new RV TV antenna. This informative video introduces the easy-to-install Wingman booster that effectively increases your range and reception, eliminating the need to invest in another RV TV antenna. The video asks you to analyze how much

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