• How to Replace Your Old RV Sewer Vent
    6:29

    In an RV water system, the sewer vent allows sewer gas to escape and allows water to flow through the system. It’s a basic technique that lets you have a kitchen and bathroom in the same vehicle without contaminating one with the other. Without releasing sewer gas and allowing fresh air into the system, the…

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  • RV Modifications: Install an Oxygenating Showerhead in Your Bathroom
    17:51

    Few RV modifications can have a bigger impact on your overall comfort level than upgrades in the bathroom. With traditional RV showerheads, limited water and low pressure can make for a subpar shower, but with an oxygenating showerhead you get more bang for your buck and you don’t have to worry as much about running…

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  • Keep the Moisture Out by Caulking Your RV Sink
    3:53

    Most RVers think there is no maintenance required for countertops and sinks. Just keep them clean and dry like at home and there is nothing more that needs to be done. The truth is that as you travel down the road, bumps and dips on the road surface cause small amounts of twisting and turning…

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  • RV Kitchen Faucet Replacement Instructions
    12:08

    The vibration from being on the road can loosen the most secure fittings, making it easy for dirt and foreign objects to get underneath the faceplate on your kitchen faucet. This is just one of the many reasons you might need to replace this basic fixture. Doing your own kitchen plumbing might seem like a…

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  • Reduce the Noise Caused by RV Sinks
    5:21

    Aluminum and stainless steel RV sinks can be a bit noisy, especially when confined in a small kitchen area. Tinging noises can come from dropping things in the sink and movement/vibrations while driving. These types of sinks also do not maintain temperatures for both hot and cold items very long. Some more modern RV sinks…

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  • 2:55

    In the past, RV units were equipped with different types of connections to put the RV water lines together. These connectors include crimps, elbows, copper and similar fittings. Now new plastic compression fittings make it easier to pop the RV water lines together by simply sliding the pipe into the compression fitting until it hits…

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  • 6:39

    Water heaters located in an RV operate similar to those found in a home. They are just a smaller capacity. Which is why when RV water heater troubleshooting you will want to follow similar steps as if you were troubleshooting your home’s water heater. However, there are just a few additional steps you will need…

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  • 2:44

    Just because it’s considered potable doesn’t always mean it’s the best idea to drink it. When it comes to completing the RV checklist for camping and utilizing campground water, sometimes you’re better off just bringing bottles, instead. For those scenarios when you don’t have access to bottled water, you can drink campground water as a…

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  • 1:18

    If you notice a strange odor in your motor-home, it’s important to know what to do to diagnose the smell and attribute it to a specific part of the vehicle. In this RV tips demonstration, Dave Solberg teaches you how to determine whether an odor is due to an issue with the propane, grey water…

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