• 9:55

    Whitening Plastic That’s Turned Yellow with Time

    White plastic components inside your RV will almost certainly turn yellow over time. There’s little you can do to prevent it from happening, as this process is a result of direct sunlight and heat exposure. Although you can’t prevent the yellowing, you can turn back the time on those faded components with one quick and…

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  • 3:24

    AC Filter Cleaning to Improve RV Cooling Efficiency

    In this free video lesson, RV Repair Club contributor Joshua Sherer walks you through the AC filter cleaning process so you can get your RV vents running more efficiently. On typical rigs used for standard travel, vents don’t need to be cleaned more than once per month. However, if you’re frequently traveling in regions where…

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  • 11:27

    Repairing Front Bunkhouse Flooring

    In this video lesson RV maintenance experts Dave Solberg and Steve Albright teach you how to diagnose and repair water damage in your RV’s front bunkhouse. As with any other part of your RV that contains door components and seals, the unfolding bunk is susceptible to water collection, rot, and mold. Dave and Steve open…

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  • 2:54

    RV Flooring Maintenance: Keeping Carpet Clean

    In this free video lesson RV repair expert Dave Solberg teaches you some RV flooring maintenance tips to extend the lifespan of your vehicle’s carpet. Although carpet is nice to have and can make your RV feel more homey, it can also be difficult to keep clean. If you don’t want to have to deal…

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  • 4:53

    Making an RV a Home: Sprucing up the Place

    Who says a home on wheels can’t look more like your permanent home? Just because your RV came with standard decor doesn’t mean you have to keep it. There are all sorts of easy and inexpensive ways to dress up the inside of your RV to make it feel much more comfortable and lived in.…

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  • 3:25

    Upgrading an RV Driver Seat

    Most modern RVs come equipped with standard, fixed driver and passenger seats that are inexpensive and oftentimes uncomfortable. That’s why we always recommend an upgrade to RV owners who are able. Numerous manufacturers like Bradd and Hall create affordable RV driver seat options that will make your travels more comfortable and adaptable, with options such…

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  • 3:13

    How to Fix a Sagging RV Headliner

    The fabric headliner in your RV can begin to sag in spots for various reasons, including excessive heat, humidity, and leakage. These all cause the adhesive to loosen and the fabric headliner to peel away from the ceiling. But fear not! You can fix your sagging RV headliner in a few different ways and get…

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  • 2:40

    Upgrading Your RV Mattress

    Most RVs come outfitted with a standard, inexpensive foam mattress. Depending on your comfort needs and frequency of use, this might not be up to snuff. We recommend that all RVers who plan to sleep in their vehicle a decent amount make the investment and upgrade their RV mattress. Doing so is fairly straightforward, and…

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  • 4:50

    RV Furniture Upgrade: Finding Out What Fits

    If you’ve ever tried to install inexpensive residential furniture on your RV, you probably know that it simply doesn’t hold up under the vibrations experienced and irregular terrain traversed in RV travel. For furniture that will withstand the tests of time and nationwide trekking, you have to turn to manufacturers that specially gear their products…

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