• 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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  • Troubleshooting an RV Toilet
    2:50

    While there’s not too much that can go wrong when it comes to the pretty simple appliance that is an RV toilet, there are a few things you should know about your toilet in order to properly troubleshoot the rare problem that might arise. Trust us, you don’t want to be unfamiliar with your toilet…

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  • 5:03

    A wastewater odor in the cab of your RV can make for a very unpleasant journey. No one wants to be stuck with that lingering foul smell coming from your RV holding tanks for the entirety of a road trip. So in this lesson we teach you how to sniff out the source of the…

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  • RV Waste Tank Overview
    3:11

    It is important to understand how to properly empty your RV waste tank system, including knowing the difference between the two tanks and compiling the hoses and tools that make your visits to the dump station easier. In this free lesson, RV expert Dave Solberg conducts a quick overview of the RV waste tank system…

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  • 3:01

    Traditionally, winterizing a motor home, fifth wheel or any other kind of RV involves pouring four or five gallons of antifreeze into the water lines, then running the system in order to ensure that all of your pipes have antifreeze rather than water in them. This is generally effective, and not too costly. There are,…

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  • rv water lines
    3:00

    Most manufacturers have started using plastic half-inch tubing with flared ends when installing RV water lines into newer model units. This tubing is much better than the old gray 3/8-inch tubing, which had low water pressure inside the unit. The new Pex tubing used for RV water lines is of residential grade and designed to…

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  • 2:29

    It may not seem like there would be a lot maintenance required on the RV waste valve that flushes out any waste-water that builds up in your RV, but regular maintenance is in fact very important for ensuring a clean and stable waste system. Dave Solberg teaches you a few of the basic tips and…

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  • RV Waste Holding Tank
    1:18

    Over time the RV waste holding tank can begin to smell. This is caused by a build-up of bacteria and other waste products left in the tank after dumping. Even if you properly dump your RV waste holding tanks and use the appropriate cleaning chemicals in the tanks, it is still important to take the…

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