• 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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  • 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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  • 6:35

    Preparing for Severe Weather

    The key to safely and properly managing severe weather situations is proper planning. No matter the scenario, be it hurricane winds, uncontrolled flooding, or extreme heat, you always stand a better chance of navigating nasty weather conditions if you’ve prepared ahead of time. In this quick video lesson, RVing expert Carol Jackson teaches you how…

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  • 15:17

    RV Roof Repair: Cleaning up Water Damage

    If you don’t regularly inspect your RV roof, you might miss underlying damage that can be minor at first but eventually lead to major problems. In the case of one member’s 2007 Jayco 23B Jay Feather, standing water around the AC unit worsened into rotted roof ribbing, a completely soft membrane, and likely several thousand…

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  • 5:35

    The 10 Best RV Apps and Websites

    If you’ve spent any time on the road in your RV, you’ve probably learned about any number of apps and websites designed to improve your experience. Park locators, gas price aggregators, and route planners abound, but some are certainly better than others. In this free video lesson expert RVer Lauren Grijalva introduces her 10 best…

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  • 8:32

    Checking and Repacking E-Z Lube Bearings

    Every 12 months or 12K miles, you should complete an inspection of the bearings on your vehicle’s wheels, unless you see heat buildup beforehand. In this video lesson RV repair expert Dave Solberg walks you through the process of inspecting and repacking your vehicle’s E-Z lube bearings. He’ll show you how to get access to…

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  • 30:40

    What Should Be in Your RV Tool Kit?

    Every RV owner should have a basic tool kit aboard their rig, both for emergency repair and regular maintenance. A comprehensive RV tool kit consists of a variety of tools needed for odd jobs, quick fixes, and money-savers. Whether you have a leaky faucet that requires a standard wrench or a power outage that calls…

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  • 3:13

    How to Fix a Sagging RV Headliner

    The fabric headliner in your RV can begin to sag in spots for various reasons, including excessive heat, humidity, and leakage. These all cause the adhesive to loosen and the fabric headliner to peel away from the ceiling. But fear not! You can fix your sagging RV headliner in a few different ways and get…

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  • 14:07

    TPMS Kit from Truck System Technologies

    Since 2007, all cars and trucks released on the market have been required to have onboard tire pressure monitoring systems. RV manufacturers, however, have not had the same requirement. If you’ve seen our other videos about maintaining proper tire pressure, you’ll know that we recommend checking tire pressure every day while you’re traveling, for numerous…

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