• 3:57

    Does your RV propane refrigerator turn on for a brief moment before shutting off again? The problem might be a frustrating and confusing one, but we’d bet yours is a common and simple solution. In this free lesson, RV expert Dave Solberg teaches you how to troubleshoot a faulty fridge that doesn’t seem to want

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  • 4:11

    If you’ve ever encountered a shorted series of electrical outlets on your RV and felt completely stumped for a solution, trust us, you’re not alone. But rest easy, the source of the problem is common, and the fix is simple. In this lesson, RV expert Dave Solberg teaches you what to do when you discover

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  • 2:00

    It’s important to regularly inspect RV leveling jacks to ensure your Lippert slide room is in proper condition for use on any kind of roadtrip, whether you’ll be drydocking for days at a time or making a quick pit stop for the night. If you know all the components of your hydraulic slide room system

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  • 1:53

    We get a lot of members of the RV Repair Club community asking what kind of RV batteries they should use on their rig. They’re often unsure whether they should opt for a single 12 volt battery or a pair of 6 volt RV batteries in series (obviously equaling 12 volts). The answer to which

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  • 1:28

    If you set up your trailer at a campground and go to lower the RV leveling jacks only to find that the motor is running but the jacks won’t lower, there are a few things you should look for. To help you troubleshoot the situation and find the right solution, RVing expert Dave Solberg teaches

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  • 8:05

    To get the longest lifespan out of your RV batteries and therefore the biggest bang for your buck, it’s absolutely essential that you frequently check acid level while out on the road. Most RV owners understand the importance of keeping an eye on their levels, but it’s easy to forget to do so and, thanks

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  • 2:18

    Based on the amount of boondocking you do and the types of appliances you utilize on your RV, there’s a certain type of RV battery that’s optimal for your needs. While some RVers spend little time at their campsite and rely upon only minimally power-thirsty appliances, others require heavy duty batteries that they can hook

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  • Using a 50 AMP RV Electrical System  
    2:57

    RV electrical systems bring power inside the unit from an outside source. This includes power being supplied by an onboard or portable generator, as well as grounded city and campground sources. Your RV electrical systems will typically have a power cord commonly referred to as a “shoreline” cord on the outside of the unit, where

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  • RV LED Interior Lights
    2:23

    RV manufacturers always try to anticipate the needs of their customers while on the road. What’s needed from some people, though, maybe not be necessary for others. While most RVs have adequate lighting installed for almost every general task, sometimes things come up that require more concentrated lighting, even on a temporary basis. That’s where

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