• 1:05

    Can You Use a Batwing RV TV Antenna for Digital Reception?

    Just because everything has gone digital in the modern age, that doesn’t mean you need to throw away all remains of the bygone technological era. We’re asked often whether you can use the classic batwing RV TV antenna that was once equipped on most RVs to receive a signal on digital flatscreen TVs. The answer…

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  • 2:03

    RV GPS Buying Advice

    When it comes to buying an RV GPS for your rig, there are a number of factors to consider other than cost. For instance, do you know whether your trailer will have appropriate clearance on a designated route? Some GPS options can give you that information, others may not. Just one thing to keep in…

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  • Still Watching an Old Set? Replace Your Old RV TV

    Still Watching an Old Set? Replace Your Old RV TV

    For years, RV manufacturers built boxes above the front of the cabin to house television sets. Most sets were thicker from front to back than they were from side to side, so they had to sit flush in a dedicated box, aimed straight toward the back of the rig. If you wanted to sit at…

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    Convert to RV LED Replacement Bulbs for a Brighter Space

    Making the switch to LED lights can make your RV feel much more open and bright. There are a variety of LED replacement bulbs on the market; therefore, it’s important to research the differences. The more expensive RV LED replacement bulbs are made with an aluminum cage in-between the chips rather than fiberboard. This helps…

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  • 5:14

    Want to Watch TV at a Dry Camp? Do an RV Inverter Installation

    Boondocking, or dry camping, is the practice of parking an RV overnight in a spot with no running water or electricity. Boondockers rely on their own supplies they have built up. The benefit of dry camping is that some of the spots used are in the pristine wilderness, untouched and filled with natural beauty. They’re…

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  • 2:29

    Upgrading to the Winegard Rayzar Automatic Antenna

    The days of the batwing are long gone. Thanks to recent advancements in technology, now there’s no need to climb on top of your RV to adjust the antenna to catch a signal. With the Winegard Rayzar automatic antenna, watching TV in your RV is entirely work- and stress-free. All you have to do is…

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  • 4:22

    Tightening Loose Cables on an Accu-Slide Cable Slide Room

    Like any component on an RV, the Accu-Slide cable slide room is liable to wear down and require maintenance after repeated uses, especially when it comes to the cables that retract and extend the unit. If you notice that your slide room doesn’t seem to pull tightly into the wall or push all the way…

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  • Revolutionize Your RV TV with the Winegard RAYZAR Z-1 Antenna

    Revolutionize Your TV with the Winegard RAYZAR Z-1 Antenna

    For years, the traditional batwing antenna has been the go-to choice for RVers who like to enjoy a little TV at the campground. This model enjoyed a great run of success, for it’s time for a newer, more reliable alternative. Enter the RAYZAR Z-1 from Winegard. This permanently mounted antenna stands at just 8.4-inches and…

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    Improving RV Battery Charge and Extending Battery Life

    Despite what the forums might say about standard RV battery life being only two to three years, your on-board, deep cycle batteries should have the capability to last you between five and seven years. That is, if you take proper care of your battery and complete regular maintenance to combat invasive sulfation. There are a…

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