• RV Refrigerator Troubleshooting: Baffle Inspection
    2:42

    When things are not working right, it might be necessary to conduct some RV refrigerator troubleshooting to figure out what is wrong with your unit. One of the first things to check is the baffle. All RV refrigerators come with a removable baffle that is designed to trap the heat as it comes up and

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  • Buying a Used RV: Appliance Inspection
    3:09

    Some of the most important and costly maintenance requirements on a used RV can come from appliances such as refrigerators and ovens. When you’re looking into buying a used RV, it’s necessary to do a close inspection of these components, so Dave Solberg teaches you how to check each appliance on a unit for potential

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  • Buying a Used RV: Interior Inspection
    8:15

    When buying a used RV, you should fully inspect every component on the vehicle, paying special attention to the interior components. To give you a good idea of what to look for when completing an inside inspection prior to buying a used RV, David Solberg checks over every part of the RV where damage could

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  • RV Storage Tips: Winterize Your RV for Extended Life and More Fun
    12:23

    Purchasing an RV can be a great deal of fun but there are some key RV storage tips to help keep its value. One of the most important things that you will need to do is winterize your RV before putting it in storage so it will be in good condition when you’re ready to

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  • Keeping Your Cool: RV Refrigerator Troubleshooting
    2:30

    RV refrigerators are basic, simple machines, but they need regular maintenance so that they’ll work efficiently. Some basic RV refrigerator maintenance will help your refrigerator stay cool even in hot weather. The way an RV refrigerator works is by heating a liquid in the back of the unit which “percolates” up through a series of

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  • RV Battery Maintenance Techniques for Extending RV Battery Life
    10:54

    RV batteries, which run the interior lights, refrigerator, computer, and any other electrical appliance you have installed, are built to last 5-7 years, ideally. Manufacturers recommend that you remove the batteries every month and have them conditioned by a professional. This conditioning breaks up the sulfur solids and other contaminants, churning the liquid inside the

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  • 1:01

    It’s a clean fuel, it’s non-toxic, it’s colorless and it’s a lot cheaper than gasoline – not to mention it is arguably one of the most important and most talked about parts of RVing. Many of you will know by now that we are talking about Propane. In this informational RV video, learn about some

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  • 0:50

    Most RV owners know the importance of a working refrigerator in their RV. The refrigerator can help provide a comfortable living situation in your RV and store all of your food and beverages at the desired temperature. This is why it is so vital to make sure your refrigerator is running correctly and understand when

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  • 1:21

    RV refrigerators are an important part of RVing and can help make sure that you are living comfortably with food and beverages at their desired temperature. Because the RV refrigerator is such an important part of your RVing experience, you will want to do everything you can to make sure that the refrigerator is being

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