• 1:24

    For most trailers and motorhomes, there are limited options when it comes to seating that’s ideal for child restraints. Chairs and couches are either side/rear facing or free standing, leaving you few legal solutions for safe and comfortable child seating. In this free lesson, RV expert teaches you his favorite trick for customizing your RV

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  • 2:11

    We get asked quite often by RV Repair Club members how to find the ideal tire pressure for their vehicle. It seems pretty intuitive; just look on the tire sidewall, right? In theory, yes. But in practice, not so much. In this free video lesson, RV repair expert Dave Solberg teaches you the best way

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  • 2:24

    If the side-by-side refrigerator on your fifth wheel or motorhome seems to shift out of place while you’re driving, there could be several simple solutions. Depending on the type of RV refrigerator you own, the fix you need might also be very inexpensive. To help you find the proper cure for what ails your fridge,

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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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  • 4:11

    If you’ve ever encountered a shorted series of electrical outlets on your RV and felt completely stumped for a solution, trust us, you’re not alone. But rest easy, the source of the problem is common, and the fix is simple. In this lesson, RV expert Dave Solberg teaches you what to do when you discover

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  • 5:04

    Replacing your RV toilet from the standard plastic bowl to a nicer porcelain model is one of the easiest ways to make your rig feel more like home. If you’ve been considering upgrading your bathroom setup but haven’t felt up for the task of removing the old bowl to install a new one, let us

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  • 5:30

    Even RVs that are properly stored and routinely inspected and maintained can develop small squeaks and creaks. This is certainly true for a Lippert slide room, which extends and retracts on a pulley and gear system that is prone to rusting and rubbing. If you notice your slide room has developed an annoying little squeak

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  • Upgrading to Industrial P30 Sway Bar Bushings
    15:29

    If you hear a rattle coming from under your RV when driving, you might have an issue with the rig’s sway bar. Over time, the grommets on a sway bar’s bushings can deteriorate and fall off, causing the sway bar to bounce as you drive. To cure this annoying ailment, you should remove the bushings

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