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Tupelo Kid 09-29-2017 06:34 PM

RV Repair Club
 
Anyone here ever used this on line site (RV REPAIR CLUB) for do it yourself repair videos etc?
I have looked at some of the limited video on the site but to see to full version you need to join.
Please advise.
Thanks

16ACE27 09-29-2017 06:54 PM

I don't think I've ever seen anyone that thinks paying for their information is better than getting it from Youtube or forums like this.

Bob Denman 09-29-2017 07:18 PM

I agree... Why buy the Cow, when the milk can be had for nothing?? :rolleyes:

Yvonnemarc 09-29-2017 08:15 PM

There are a lot of free videos on YouTube for motor coach issues. And Lipert (sliders, steps, leveling jacks) University has an online site that has very in-depth DIY videos on how to repair many things. Free.
And then there's this forum. Aside from the P&M :) people are very helpful on new and innovative ways to do things and repairs. Lots of Do's and Don'ts.

Bob Denman 09-29-2017 11:16 PM

:lol: I only come here for the free beer... :rofl:

vkb 09-29-2017 11:36 PM

AGREE ... YouTube has very helpful videos regarding just about everything

Bob Denman 09-29-2017 11:40 PM

They're also a GREAT way to kill time! :coolsmiley:

Mitch S 09-30-2017 12:21 AM

They're also a GREAT way to kill time! :coolsmiley:

You got that right! Use You tube almost every day.

Tupelo Kid 09-30-2017 12:57 AM

U-Tube is a great tool as long as you know the right questions to ask it. :-)
The site I asked about dropped the cost from 49.00 to 3.00 for the 1st year.
I'll start searching u tube.
Thanks to all.

lspotho 10-01-2017 04:30 PM

As a newbie, I tried the paid videos for a while, but I felt they were too general - for example, no detail on how to winterize - just general concepts. I know the concepts - I wanted to know what valves do I poem or close, and where are they in my RV! And it's mostly just him talking...

Bob Denman 10-01-2017 05:51 PM

:lol: And it's all true!!! :rofl:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bufTna0WArc

K9Piper 10-02-2017 05:30 AM

And it's all true
 
all I can say to this is ...HELLO...so where's the free beer I'm in and almost an hour away...ha!

Paul&Sandy 10-04-2017 09:46 PM

We are RV newbies so joined RV repair. I sent them my first question since joining about having an issue with closing our skylight about 6 hours ago. Still haven't heard back yet so I'll let you know.

Travelin' Texans 10-05-2017 12:10 AM

If your "skylight" is open you have big problems, but if you're talking about one of your roof vents then someone on here can probably help.

ROOKSTOOL 10-05-2017 10:18 PM

Please help. I need a picture or diagram of how to connect the 2 auxilairy batteries in my 2012 Thor Class C

16ACE27 10-05-2017 10:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ROOKSTOOL (Post 91693)
Please help. I need a picture or diagram of how to connect the 2 auxilairy batteries in my 2012 Thor Class C

6 or 12 volt?

Bob Denman 10-05-2017 11:14 PM

The FMC magazine just covered this one... :D
12 volt: positive to positive, and negative to negative.
6 volt: positive to negative, and negative to positive! :thumb:
:o But I'm working from memory, so please confirm this! :eek:

16ACE27 10-06-2017 12:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bob Denman (Post 91707)
The FMC magazine just covered this one... :D
12 volt: positive to positive, and negative to negative.
6 volt: positive to negative, and negative to positive! :thumb:
:o But I'm working from memory, so please confirm this! :eek:

Whoa be unto him that connects both batteries "positive to negative, and negative to positive!"

gmc 10-06-2017 01:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tfryman (Post 91722)
Whoa be unto him that connects both batteries "positive to negative, and negative to positive!"

You beat me to it... That last connection would certainly get your attention...

Attach two 6v batteries positive to negative.... Then attach the coach to the remaining positive and negative terminals.

Bob Denman 10-06-2017 04:54 PM

:o I apologize for not making that part clear... or even mentioning it! :o
The lines going to and from the batteries are hooked up normally. The 6-volt setup just throws a "two-step" in the middle of the pile. :thumb:


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