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Everything posted by kaypsmith

  1. Kinda still on track, still about clogged arteries, and with Carl, no telling what color.🤩Sure glad Huffy got his problem resolved without a major event.
  2. Is it an Inseego M2000? If so then Ross is correct, there is a two plugs on the bottom. I don't have a ladder on the back of my coach either, I use a receiver (hitch) flag pole mount with a 30 foot extendable flag pole for the mast for the antenna, portable and works great. https://www.ebay.com/itm/174583503503?_trkparms=ispr%3D1&hash=item28a5fcda8f:g:IokAAOSwRYZf882k&amdata=enc%3AAQAGAAACkPYe5NmHp%2B2JMhMi7yxGiTJkPrKr5t53CooMSQt2orsSDAeS9EQtjPGVfKXTxF0%2BjoCFDZWyFhbuMcgRDwPTGKQZz0mZ
  3. Yes more info about the awning make and model will be helpful. In 35 years of RV'ing, I have yet to see a need for taking the legs loose from the awning. I have seen several that you could take the legs loose from the RV.
  4. I found this product about a year ago. https://www.amazon.com/Bondic-Activated-Waterproof-Resistant-Microfiber/dp/B00UAH19FS/ref=asc_df_B00UAH19FS/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=198100801330&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=9945830145870962599&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9012456&hvtargid=pla-349125716802&psc=1 I have used it several times to make similar repairs as yours. So far it has worked very well and held up great. It is the same product that dentist uses to mend broken teeth, LOL, use and use the ultra violet light that comes with it. Just a matter of minutes and most items are good as new. It is in most cases stronger than the original part.
  5. Is the 12 volt outlet at the back of the suv active 24/7 or only key switch is only on in vehicle? I would highly recommend a 35 amp gell cell battery and using a plug in adapter to the 12 V outlet, if the outlet is hot only when switch is on would be great. If the outlet is hot 24/7 then a diode of appropriate size between outlet and battery is a must, with this setup the unit will only pull from the reserve battery protecting your suv against battery drainage from the cooler. Gell cells require no need for an external case and can be mounted in any position. They last for years when kept charged properly and are much less expensive than lithium or agm. Here is one on ebay just for comparison. https://www.ebay.com/itm/133780772206?hash=item1f25f4956e:g:5sQAAOSwQdZguq0V
  6. Surely by now, you know if AC or generator shut off. Let us know which for better advice. Most of us use the generator and roof air for summer driving.
  7. Welcome to the forum, good looking coach. Happy tales and trails!😊
  8. I use 3 12.000 watt gell cell batteries in parallel, that is 36,000 watts total, or 3000 amp hours total. Never allowing to discharge over 50% = 1500 aph usable before recharging, this is about equal to 16 6 volt golf cart batteries. Each battery weighs 110 # each, and are each just about the size of a group 31 12 volt battery. I use cell phone tower backup pulls. They are replaced every year in my area, new cost about $900.00 each, I paid $100.00 each. Life expectancy is an average of 12 years. Go figure, I hope that I can still find replacements when they fail at comparable pricing.
  9. Physical size matters. How much space do you have available? Two group 1 six volt batteries will take up more room than 2 12V group 24 batteries. A group 31 12V is taller and much larger than a group 24, but the footprint is a little less than 2 group 24's, and the amp hour (longevity) is far greater than a group 24. Yes 2 six volt of proper size is a good choice but not always will fit into an allotted space. Just make that you check out the footprint of whatever battery you go with.
  10. Looks like it belongs on the dragster that they pulled behind, LOL.😘
  11. Double pole Single throw is all that is needed. It's only off or on.
  12. The actuator switch on the steps is a magnetic switch. I don't remember if the little gadget on the door is magnetic, or the switch is. take a small piece of steel and touch to the switch, if magnetic the piece of steel will be held in place and the steps will retract. If not this way, use a small magnet to achieve the same results. Good luck, and happy trails.
  13. Many of us have experienced this. Simple solution is to rebuild or have the valve rebuilt. You can watch videos on youtube to see how this is done, or most large truck repair shops can take care of this for you.
  14. Welcome to the forum. Need some more specifics about your hotspot problem. Have you changed locations since May 2021? What is the signal bars showing now versus then? Any hotspot in nothing more than a cell phone for picking up an internet signal and just like a cell phone if not a clear enough signal from the tower then it will time out and not transfer a digital signal. Even leaves on trees, especially pine trees will greatly effect the signal quality. Have you called Sprint and complained about the poor quality? Often times there is a problem with a carriers tower closest to you and the company can move you to another tower to improve quality. Good luck getting the problem resolved.
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  16. One 120 volt breaker 35 amps is only 4200 watts, thus my question about amperage. Perhaps it is a 35 amp 240 volt (double pole) breaker. Glad is back to working properly now.
  17. How many watts is the generator, or what is model#?
  18. Strange thing about liquid, it doesn't flow uphill without a pump, LOL.😀
  19. Manual switch, or remote controlled? If remote, replace the battery/batteries in the remote.
  20. A1C is a blood test to determine a three month average of the glucose (sugar) level in the blood. You can even purchase a self check kit at most drug stores. Ask the Dr., if the self test is acceptable for him? If so, you can call the Dr with the results.
  21. Just a thought, have you verified that the HepVO valve is not installed backwards? When installed at any angle other than vertically, the HepvO must have ‘ribs down’ to ensure correct drainage. HepvO valves must be installed in the correct direction of flow which is clearly marked on the body of the product.
  22. I agree with Rich. All neutral (common) are tied together within the main panel, it appears that there is some leakage within the neutral leads in the main fuse panel. Very simple to disconnect all sources of electricity to the main panel, shore power, generator, and inverter all either unplugged or turned off or disconnect battery from inverter, then, try to retighten all screws on the neutral bar, (where all the white wires are attached). A GFI circuit looks for differences in amperage between neutral and the hot leg of your power, it only takes 5/1000 of an amp to trip this circuit. Any bleed over can cause this to trip.
  23. Yes Rich is right about the PSW vs a MSW inverter. Many of the newer appliances can't tolerate the abrupt change from positive to negative as a MSW produces. Pure sine wave is much closer simulation of the power grid generator cycle. The above images is a visual of what the incoming power looks like to your appliances.
  24. Not psychic, but I believe he is asking about a charge wire between the coach and toad. Yes more info will be helpful.
  25. I once had a small leak in the generator radiator, it produced the same results. Could be as simple as the coolant is low.
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