Tag Archives: RV repairs

Stay Out of Trouble: 7 Signs Of RV Maintenance Problems

RV maintenance warnings — get a handle on looming problems. Regular maintenance of a recreational vehicle is ongoing. The frequency of required maintenance usually is 12 months, or the engine OEM-specified mileage, whichever comes first. However, there are warning signs of trouble that may crop up from time to time. So how do you know
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Mark My Words: March – Alaska, Hanging Bikes, and Some Electrical Issues

Hi, Folks! This month we’ll talk about travelling to Alaska, hanging bikes, and some electrical issues. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected]   Mark: We have a 2014 Winnebago View Mercedes Diesel (low mileage) and would like to go to Alaska. I’ve heard that the Alaska Highway is very hard on RV’s and
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Mark My Words—Appliances, Severe Weather, Clogged Drains and Wandering Motorhomes!

Hi folks! I hope you are enjoying the summer in your RV! This month, we’ll talk about appliances, severe weather, clogged drains, and wandering motorhomes. Remember to submit your RVing questions to [email protected] —————————————– Mark – in a recent column you mentioned that RV fridges, hot water heaters, and furnaces have a typical lifespan of
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RV Tire Blowouts Increase as Temperatures Rise

The danger of a RV tire blowout increases as the summer temperatures rise. The damage as a result of a tire blowout can be extensive, as the rubber and steel belting from the tires separate and cause spinning and flying shrapnel damage to the RV and in some cases the vehicles around them. Always check
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