• 3:20

    As you complete your annual RV inspection, be sure to include your vehicle’s front and rear brakes. On larger rigs with motorized gas chassis, braking systems consist of disc brakes, which erode over time and need to be inspected at least once a year at a service center with a capable lift. In this free

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  • 30:40

    Every RV owner should have at least a basic tool kit onboard their rig, both for emergency repair scenarios and regular maintenance. A proper RV tool kit consists of the tools you’ll need for every odd job, quick fix, and money saver under the sun. Whether you have a leaky faucet that requires a standard

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  • 0:40

    We’ve received numerous messages from RV Repair Club members asking if it’s possible to turn around their RV door so that it swings inward rather than outward. The urge is understand, and while it is possible on some vehicles to flip the hinges and change the direction the door swings, RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg

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  • 3:11

    Sun, wind and precipitation can wreak havoc on RV decals, especially if they’re not treated to combat the elements. If properly maintained, the decals on your vehicle’s sidewalls should last for at least 10 years, depending on the type of graphic. In this quick video tutorial, RV maintenance and repair expert Dave Solberg teaches you

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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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  • 2:11

    We get asked quite often by RV Repair Club members how to find the ideal tire pressure for their vehicle. It seems pretty intuitive; just look on the tire sidewall, right? In theory, yes. But in practice, not so much. In this free video lesson, RV repair expert Dave Solberg teaches you the best way

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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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  • 3:34

    If you’ve traveled in your RV during the peak of summer, you may have experienced what happens when the air conditioning unit goes into overdrive to combat the high heat: condensation! Air conditioner condensation can drip into the interior of your unit and cause a few different problems, including soiled carpet and increased cabin humidity.

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  • 3:19

    If your RV air conditioner doesn’t seem to be operating at maximum capacity, there are a number of things you can check for and update. Proper troubleshooting of RV AC requires that you thoroughly inspect your rig for any components that might hinder airflow. To help you discover what’s affecting your AC’s capabilities, RV expert

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