• 5:32

    In this quick video lesson, Carol Jackson of RV Inspection Specialists teaches you some important RV roof repair tips that are essential for taking care of and upgrading this crucial part of your rig. If during your semi-annual RV inspection you discover a leak coming from the ceiling, you might have a torn membrane or…

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  • 7:20

    In this video lesson RV maintenance expert Carol Jackson walks you through the process of troubleshooting low water pressure on an RV. She explains why you might encounter low pressure, and helps you to determine whether your problem is specific to one faucet or affects the whole RV. Because most campground water sources have various…

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  • 6:17

    There’s no great place to experience an emergency when traveling in your RV. Tire blowouts, engine failure, and other emergencies often occur in the most inconvenient spots on the road. A responsible RVer is prepared for emergencies no matter where they happen, ready to quickly diagnose the situation, pull off the road, and set up…

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  • 15:17

    If you don’t regularly inspect your RV roof, you might miss underlying damage that can be minor at first but eventually lead to major problems. In the case of one member’s 2007 Jayco 23B Jay Feather, standing water around the AC unit worsened into rotted roof ribbing, a completely soft membrane, and likely several thousand…

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  • 11:27

    In this video lesson RV maintenance experts Dave Solberg and Steve Albright teach you how to diagnose and repair water damage in your RV’s front bunkhouse. As with any other part of your RV that contains door components and seals, the unfolding bunk is susceptible to water collection, rot, and mold. Dave and Steve open…

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  • 13:18

    The first order of business in selling a used RV is ensuring you’ve completed all the necessary maintenance to ensure you get your money’s worth. Whether you’re selling to a private buyer or going the dealer trade-in route, there are a number of things on the interior and exterior of your vehicle you should check…

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  • 3:13

    The fabric headliner in your RV can begin to sag in spots for various reasons, including excessive heat, humidity, and leakage. These all cause the adhesive to loosen and the fabric headliner to peel away from the ceiling. But fear not! You can fix your sagging RV headliner in a few different ways and get…

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  • 3:02

    RV delamination is a problem that can affect all sizes of vehicles, but is most common in coaches. We received a question from a Club member who was experiencing delamination on the sidewall of his Coachmen Class C. He wondered what could be do to fix this issue and how he should go about preventing…

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  • 2:03

    We’ve had a handful of members write in wondering what to do when the leveling jacks on their RV’s slide room, fifth wheel or tow trailer aren’t working properly. For most of these cases, their hydraulic system has either taken on a disturbing growling noise upon descension of the leveling jacks or they simply won’t…

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