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PCs, Communications, Electronics / Re: Wifi hotspot
« Last post by Sun2Retire on Today at 10:30:48 PM »

Interesting because when I first looked at Max Amp they did not, and during my discussion with them I recall them saying something along the lines of a directional wouldn't comply with the FCC requirements they had to follow.
General Discussion / Re: Water Pump
« Last post by Lou Schneider on Today at 10:30:32 PM »
More likely there's a small crack in the line or at a fitting between the tank and the pump, not large enough for the unpressurized water to leak out, but enough to let the pump suck in air as it's pumping water out of the tank.

Or a flapper valve in the pump that's not seating fully, letting pressure in one chamber bleed off.

The pump is self-priming, and there really isn't any place for an air bubble to form.
RVing with pets / Re: When our furry friends are in need of help
« Last post by Debra17 on Today at 10:29:11 PM »
Hope Gabby does well through the holiday. It is so hard when we don’t know what’s wrong.
PCs, Communications, Electronics / Re: Wifi hotspot
« Last post by Lou Schneider on Today at 10:23:19 PM »

I like that Google seems to be monitoring all users so if there is a back up ahead you are warned in REAL TIME.

It's the phone's GPS via it's location services that provides the traffic info.  The same thing that plots your location on the map and tells you about nearby restaurants, etc.  It's not just Google but Microsoft, Yahoo, Shadow Traffic and SigAlert all use the same system.

it started in Los Angeles when the location services and GPS were added to the phones.  It didn't take the phone companies long to figure out if there were 50 phones all travelling at 55 MPH down the freeway right of way they could infer traffic was flowing at 55 mph, if the phones slowed to 10 MPH there was a jam up, etc.  They then sell this information to Google, etc.
PCs, Communications, Electronics / Re: Wifi hotspot
« Last post by NY_Dutch on Today at 10:12:26 PM »
PCs, Communications, Electronics / Re: Wifi hotspot
« Last post by Sun2Retire on Today at 09:57:32 PM »
Dutch, which rooftop antenna do you have?

And does Max Amp have a high gain directional available yet?
On the water / Re: Washing and waxing the old tub
« Last post by Sun2Retire on Today at 09:41:10 PM »
Beautiful “old tub” Tom, I’d take it even with all that dirt  ;)

(Quick run down to Monterey oughta wash that dirt off!)
General Discussion / Water Pump
« Last post by grashley on Today at 09:31:17 PM »
I am getting lots of things fixed, but would like suggestions on this one.  When on city water, everything works fine.  Decent pressure and flow, no air in the lines after purging.  When I switch to the pump, low, inconsistent pressure, stop and go like purging air, but no burp.  I suspect the pump has an air bubble it does not want to give up.

I just added about 25 gal to the fresh tank, so it is not a low water issue.  I know it is not sucking air from the winterize valve.  I stuck the input hose in a gallon jug of water for a couple days with no level change.

How do I purge the bubble??

On my rig water piping goes from the fresh tank   to the tee / winterize valve    to the pump   to a tee where city water enters the system .......

Can I hook pressurized water to the winterize hose and push it out???      Can I also fill the fresh tank this way???
Answering questions is one reason I am here.  I have learned sooo much, it is a privilege to help others.

You can search as wide or as small an area as you wish on RVTrader.   Many of their listings are dealer listings, but there are private sales as well.  I feel there is less of a chance of a scam on RVTrader.

Newer used TT should have fewer problems than older ones, BUT..  At the top of the page, click Library.  There are several articles and checklists there for PDI, or Pre Delivery Inspection.  The main deal killer is water damage.  The signs are soft spots in the floor or wall (inside or out), water stains, mildew and musty odors.  Open EVERY cabinet door and drawer, and look for any of these with a flashlight.  Yes, this WILL take some time.  Make sure the refrigerator works, water heater, furnace, A/C, water pump, slides, tongue jack.....  If you find non water issues, you can either insist they be fixed or use it to lower the price.  All this helps avoid surprises.  You may want to click on the Search above, and enter PDI.

Keep asking questions!
It sounds like they're working fine. PWM controllers keep the voltage up around 14.4 to 14.8 until the float phase, then the voltage is reduced to about 13.8 to keep them topped off. Happy RVing!

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