• 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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  • 9:55

    Towing RV Tips: Verifying Tow Charge

    In this free video lesson, RVIA Certified Master Technician Steve Albright teaches you how to verify tow charge when coupling your towing RV to a truck or van. He begins by walking you step by step through the process of testing your tow vehicle for functionality. This includes checking that the taillights are fully operational…

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  • 30:23

    RV Air Conditioner Inspection and Maintenance

    Mobile air conditioning is a marvelous thing, but it doesn’t work like magic. There are simple components that dictate how it operates, and maintenance methods that encourage better functionality. When you’re out on the road miles from a repair facility, it’s important to understand how your RV air conditioner works and what you need to…

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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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  • 11:27

    Repairing Front Bunkhouse Flooring

    In this video lesson RV maintenance experts Dave Solberg and Steve Albright teach you how to diagnose and repair water damage in your RV’s front bunkhouse. As with any other part of your RV that contains door components and seals, the unfolding bunk is susceptible to water collection, rot, and mold. Dave and Steve open…

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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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  • 3:18

    Inspecting a Used RV Furnace

    As with any other appliance on a used RV, it’s highly important that you complete a thorough inspection of the furnace prior to purchase to ensure it’s in proper working condition. There’s not much worse than learn on a bitter cold night that your RV furnace isn’t capable of cranking out heat, especially if you…

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  • 5:50

    Used RV Fridge Inspection

    When buying a used RV, it’s essential to thoroughly inspect each appliance to ensure it’s in proper working order. This is especially true of the RV fridge, which is a component of your journey that you might depend on quite a lot. In this quick tutorial, RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg and RVIA Certified Technician…

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  • 6:36

    Repairing an RV Door: Rot and Alignment Issues

    The most common issues our members encounter with their vehicle’s exterior doors are misalignment and rotting. We’ve received numerous questions about these two problems, so we wanted to take a few minutes to show you how to diagnose a damaged or improperly aligned RV door. In this quick lesson, RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg and…

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