• 9:08

    Replacing a Water Diverter Valve

    In this premium video lesson, RV maintenance and repair expert Dave Solberg teaches you how to replace a leaky water diverter valve in your RV plumbing system. Recently the RV Repair Club crew was recently asked to inspect a Winnebago Bravo that was experiencing leaky plumbing. Dave and his team started by removing the system’s…

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  • 33:21

    Repairing a Leaky Sink: Inspection and Troubleshooting

    In this in-depth video lesson, Carol Jackson of RV Inspection Specialists walks you through the process of diagnosing and repairing a leaky sink on your RV. It’s not uncommon for your vehicle’s water system to spring a leak, due to all of the vibration that rattles an RV when it’s rumbling down the road. Especially…

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  • 6:21

    RV Water Filter Replacement: Tips and Tools

    Campground water should always be filtered for safe consumption, especially in certain regions of the country. This can be done by onboard, whole-house filters or by an exterior filtration system, but regardless which option you choose, choose. Don’t skip this step! In this premium video lesson, RV Repair Club contributors Mary and Joshua Sherer walk…

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  • 29:04

    Repairing Laminate on Your RV Counters

    Don’t throw out that damaged laminate! A scratched, cracked, or peeling laminate countertop is not a lost cause. In fact, repairing laminate is often significantly more cost effective than replacing it, and with a little bit of finesse you can end up with a result that’s similarly attractive. In this step-by-step video lesson, Carol Jackson…

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  • 40:19

    Restringing Pleated Day/Night Shades

    As RV day/night shades age, the strings that retract and extend the pleated shade often get a little wonky. This can make a broken or frayed shade difficult to manage and keep in the up position. Although your shade seems to be destined for a replacement, it’s not a lost cause if you don’t mind…

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  • 6:19

    RV Security Tools: Locks, Cameras and Safes

    When traveling in your RV, it’s extremely important to keep all of your belongings safe and secure, from valuables to the vehicle itself. This is especially true at unfamiliar campgrounds, where you don’t know who your neighbors are or what security measures look like at the site. In this quick video lesson, Carol Jackson of…

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  • 9:55

    Whitening Plastic That’s Turned Yellow with Time

    White plastic components inside your RV will almost certainly turn yellow over time. There’s little you can do to prevent it from happening, as this process is a result of direct sunlight and heat exposure. Although you can’t prevent the yellowing, you can turn back the time on those faded components with one quick and…

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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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  • 5:47

    Revealing the Depths of Carlsbad Caverns

    Located high in the Guadalupe Mountains in 46,000 acres of southeastern New Mexico — the Land of Enchantment — Carlsbad Caverns is a name of worldwide renown. A deep, mysterious, spiritual place where trickling water has over eons created lavish limestone formations on the roofs of caves formed by dissolving sulfuric acid. It’s strange and…

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