• 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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  • 8:35

    RV Furnace Troubleshooting Tips and System Overview

    There’s not a ton of maintenance required on an RV furnace, which operates similarly to the furnace in your home. However, there are things you can do to make it run more efficiently and to troubleshoot if you experience any issues. Say for instance, what should happen when the furnace on a 2003 Winnebago Brave,…

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  • 23:10

    Dometic A/C Replacement: Tips and Considerations

    In this step-by-step video lesson, our RV maintenance experts walk you through a Dometic A/C replacement on a fifth-wheel trailer. To help you navigate the process easily and safely, Dave Solberg and RVIA Certified Master Technician Steve Albright demonstrate the removal and replacement of a defunct rear Dometic cooling system on a 40-foot fifth-wheel. Luckily,…

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  • 8:00

    Troubleshooting Trailer Brakes: Symptoms, Causes and Remedies

    In this quick video lesson, RV repair expert Dave Solberg walks you through the process of troubleshooting trailer brakes to determine why they might not be functioning properly. As a general rule of thumb, RVs should be thoroughly inspected at least once per year, depending upon frequency of use and miles traveled. A comprehensive inspection…

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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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  • 20:34

    RV Window Replacement and Resealing

    On many RV models, tip-out windows that utilize single- or double-pane systems can trap humidity when the seal breaks down and allows moisture to creep in. This is a relatively easy issue to fix, but it’s a two-man job that requires a bit of finesse and a few precautions. In this expert video lesson, RV…

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  • 2:33

    Proper RV Tire Pressure: Finding the Right PSI

    Just because your RV’s tires say they can handle a certain PSI doesn’t mean the listed PSI is the ideal one for your vehicle. Proper tire inflation requires weighing your vehicle with the load you’ll be carrying, and filling to match that number. In this free video lesson, RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg teaches you…

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