• 10:39

    Improving Air Conditioner Efficiency

    Cooling your RV is not an instant process, and your A/C unit is not a magic wand. The air conditioning on your vehicle functions much like the one in your home, which requires time to bring the temperature down. Naturally, the unit’s rate of cooling depends on its efficiency. In this step-by-step video lesson, RV…

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  • 6:36

    Simple Tips for RV Water Heater Maintenance

    There are still some economy RV models with water heaters that require users to physically ignite the pilot light. However, most current models utilize 6- or 10-gallon tanks with electronic ignition (AKA direct spark ignition). You won’t typically need to do too much RV water heater maintenance because there’s not a whole lot that can…

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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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  • 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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  • 5:32

    Tips for RV Roof Repair and Maintenance

    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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  • 4:36

    Replacing Trailer Brakes: What to Look For Each Year

    In this quick video lesson, RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg teaches you simple tips for replacing trailer brakes during your annual RV inspection. As with most components on your RV, you should check the status of your tires, wheels, and brakes at least once per year. Even if you don’t feel anything wrong while you…

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  • 3:24

    A/C Filter Cleaning to Improve RV Cooling Efficiency

    In this free video lesson, RV Repair Club contributor Joshua Sherer walks you through the A/C filter cleaning process so you can get your RV vents running more efficiently. On typical rigs used for standard travel, vents don’t need to be cleaned more than once per month. However, if you’re frequently traveling in regions where…

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