• 4:09

    In this free video lesson RV repair expert Dave Solberg discusses the common mistakes RVers make when caring for their black water tanks, and teaches you how to use RV black water tank chemicals. If you find you’re having trouble maintaining your black water tank, whether you keep noticing a foul odor or consistently encounter

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  • 2:49

    Many RV dump stations fall into disrepair due to contamination and are required to close because users don’t take proper care of them. Proper dump station etiquette is not difficult to uphold, and it only takes a few minutes to learn. In this free video lesson RV expert Dave Solberg teaches you how to neatly

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  • 3:31

    Thetford’s RV products have long been the benchmark for cleaning solutions that ensure optimal performance and maximum cleanliness in your plumbing and water systems. Each of their options is specifically geared toward maintaining one component of the system, and they’re all guaranteed for up to six months. From their drain valve lubricant that keeps seals

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  • 2:02

    A broken water heater drain plug on your RV can be a hassle to repair, depending whether your plug is metal or plastic. In this free video, Dave Solberg teaches you a couple quick solutions for removing a corroded or broken plug from the exterior of your RV’s water heater. You’ll learn how to diagnosis

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  • 3:33

    One of our Club members reached out with an important question: is there a safe and efficient way to flush an RV fresh water tank? The answer is yes, but as we’ve learned, rule number one for RV maintenance is all units are not built the same. Thus, what works for your particular motor home

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  • RV Toilet Operation
    1:25

    As opposed to the toilets in your home, an RV toilet requires a couple extra steps for proper use and maintenance. Whereas the typical stationary toilet has a back-mounted tank that fills and flushes the bowl, a mobile RV toilet is supplied with water via the fresh water tank and on demand pump, or city

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  • 2:17

    A few decades ago, RV owners had one toilet option: plastic with flush pedal. Now, there are several types of RV toilet with countless accouterments and accessories that allow you to completely customize your bathroom experience. If you want a taller bowl that requires little upkeep, you can have it, as long as you’re willing

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  • 5:04

    Replacing your RV toilet from the standard plastic bowl to a nicer porcelain model is one of the easiest ways to make your rig feel more like home. If you’ve been considering upgrading your bathroom setup but haven’t felt up for the task of removing the old bowl to install a new one, let us

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  • 2:54

    To make sure your RV plumbing system remains in tiptop shape and your cab doesn’t take on any unpleasant aromas, you should consistently and completely clean the RV black water tank. Dumping the black water tank is a relatively intuitive process, but there are additional steps you can take and tools you can use to

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