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Gas alarm triggering causes other than gas leak

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You have certainly already heard a high pitch steady sound coming from your RV at some point. This is the sound coming from the LPG gas/CO2 alarm installed in your RV warning you about a potential gas leak. Not saying that these situations are to be taken lightly but 95% of the time, the alarm […]

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How to measure an awning for replacement canopy

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What would be an RV without an awning, that wonderful accessory that allows you to enjoy the outside even in the heat or rain. The lifetime of a canopy depends on number of factors: element exposure and damages of any kinds. A RV canopy is generally made of vinyl or acrylic and available in 6 […]

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Understanding Tire Wears

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Your trailer tires are very important because they are the only thing that connect your trailer to the road. A visual inspection on a regular basis is highly recommended to help you prevent potential dangerous situations on the road. Understanding tire wears will help you to identify the cause because the problem can be elsewhere. […]

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Snow Removal on RV roof

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Throughout winter season, there is a possibility that you might want to remove snow and ice accumulation on the roof of your RV because too much weight could result in structural damage. A RV roof is usually built to support a certain weight based on things like the roof thickness, the wood and hardware used, […]

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RV Battery Storage

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When the time comes for RV storage, battery storage should not be overlooked to extend its lifetime and efficiency. Here are some important storage guidelines for a typical RV lead/acid battery; Always wear protective glasses when working with batteries.   A dirty battery with corroded posts will self discharge faster than a clean battery. Use […]

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