• 2:36

    How to Use GasStop

    GasStop is just what it sounds like. If there’s a major leak in the propane system in your camper it stops the flow of propane. What great peace of mind. It’s easy to install and also tells you the fill status of your propane tank BEFORE leaving on your trip. It can also be used…

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  • 4:25

    Camper Tire Maintenance

    According to RV repair and maintenance expert Dave Solberg, tires are the most vulnerable and yet most neglected component on an RV. Because the tires on our everyday automobiles have become so reliable and easy to monitor, we tend not to think much about our RV’s tires. But if you want to guarantee the health…

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  • 9:35

    Tips for Propane Safety on a Camper

    Because propane or LP is used to power so many possible appliances on your camper, it’s very important to understand the characteristics of propane if you plan to utilize it when you camp. Proper propane safety requires that you understand how the system operates and what you should do if any components malfunction. In this…

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  • 10:39

    Improving Air Conditioner Efficiency

    Cooling your RV is not an instant process, and your A/C unit is not a magic wand. The air conditioning on your vehicle functions much like the one in your home, which requires time to bring the temperature down. Naturally, the unit’s rate of cooling depends on its efficiency. In this step-by-step video lesson, RV…

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  • 6:36

    Simple Tips for RV Water Heater Maintenance

    There are still some economy RV models with water heaters that require users to physically ignite the pilot light. However, most current models utilize 6- or 10-gallon tanks with electronic ignition (AKA direct spark ignition). You won’t typically need to do too much RV water heater maintenance because there’s not a whole lot that can…

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  • 8:35

    RV Furnace Troubleshooting Tips and System Overview

    There’s not a ton of maintenance required on an RV furnace, which operates similarly to the furnace in your home. However, there are things you can do to make it run more efficiently and to troubleshoot if you experience any issues. Say for instance, what should happen when the furnace on a 2003 Winnebago Brave,…

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  • 11:57

    Finding a Water Leak on Your Rig

    Have you noticed water collecting in an unusual spot in your RV? Are you terribly confused how that could be possible when you know for a fact your vehicle is sealed up tight? You’re not alone! Water leaks can crop up in surprising places on any RV, be it a motorhome, camper or fifth wheel.…

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  • 6:33

    How to Jack Up a Trailer For Maintenance or Repair

    It’s likely that at some point in your RV ownership you’ll have to jack up your trailer. Whether for preventive maintenance or emergency roadside repair, the odds are slim that you won’t need to pull out the jack at least once. So, to help prepare you to complete the process like a professional whenever the…

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  • 4:36

    Replacing Trailer Brakes: What to Look For Each Year

    In this quick video lesson, RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg teaches you simple tips for replacing trailer brakes during your annual RV inspection. As with most components on your RV, you should check the status of your tires, wheels, and brakes at least once per year. Even if you don’t feel anything wrong while you…

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