• Putting Screws into Plastic-008186f_T3334u_c

    To ensure the longest lifespan for the materials and components on your RV, you want to treat them with care and use proper techniques for altering and updating them. Close attention should be paid when mounting or drill into plastic on interior and exterior of your rig, as you’ll want to avoid spider cracking whenever… Read more »

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  • RV 009081f_T3427u_c What is the best GPS

    When it comes to buying an RV GPS for your rig, there are a number of factors to consider other than cost. For instance, do you know whether your trailer will have appropriate clearance on a designated route? Some GPS options can give you that information, others may not. Just one thing to keep in… Read more »

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    When properly protected, RV graphics should maintain optimal appearance for roughly seven years. Depending on the type of travel for which you use your RV, that lifespan could be drastically shortened if you don’t take precautions to keep them safe from the elements. To ensure you keep your shiny RV graphics looking spick and span… Read more »

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  • RV Propane Usage How Long Does Propane Last

    We’ve had a number of Repair Club members ask the best way to tell how long a tank of propane will last. The short answer is, it depends. The mileage you’ll get out of your LP system on a single fill varies based on two factors: the quantity of propane on your rig and your… Read more »

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    What’s better than a refrigerator that goes wherever you go? The RV Refrigerator is arguably the most important appliance in your RV, and it can help us to live comfortably in our RV. With that being said, many RVers find that there are some small frustrations that can come along with having an RV refrigerator,… Read more »

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    The Lippert slide room is an excellent addition to any RV that could use a little extra space. It’s simple to operate and intuitive to troubleshoot, and most models come equipped with handy leveling jacks. A Lippert leveling system helps to stabilize and level your slide room with a push of a button, and it… Read more »

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    Due to a high amount of friction from being extended and retracted frequently, the cables on your RV’s Lippert Accu-Slide are prone to bending and fraying. A bent or frayed can cause your slide room to become jammed or malfunction, which is a headache you’d want to avoid before hitting the road for a big… Read more »

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    If you’re hitting the road soon, and you plan on using propane for various appliances during your trip, it’s important to check the level of your ASME tank to ensure you have enough LP to last the whole way. Some ASME systems come equipped with an exterior propane level gauge that simplifies this process, but… Read more »

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    If you’re having trouble getting the Lippert slide room on your RV to budge, there are a few different things you should do in order to inspect the system and find a solution. More often than not, the problem is a malfunctioning Lippert slide-out motor, which can be caused by poor connection to the onboard… Read more »

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