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General Discussion / Re: Battery Reading Discrepancy
« Last post by nialltom on Today at 03:34:11 PM »
Ok, now I am seeing more consistent readings when I put the pins on the top of the terminals.  I think before I was placing them along the sides.  I also checked to make sure they were clean of debris or dust.  Thanks!
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What kind of converter do you have in the coach?  If it's a separate converter like the Progressive Dynamics with an AC plug on it, connect it to an extension cord and plug it directly into the shore power, bypassing the EMS.  Leave the rest of the coach unplugged and unpowered.

I've had the Progressive Dynamics 9100 series in a couple of RVs and they're rated for an AC voltage input anywhere from 105 - 135 volts and I've seen them work fine as low as 90 volts.

In other words, low voltage within reason won't hurt them.  If one should die, a replacement isn't that expensive.
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General Discussion / Re: Sewer Hose Cleaning and Storing
« Last post by Triple Slide Jayco on Today at 03:20:21 PM »
On this topic, when I empty my black tank then my gray tank, the gray seems to chug a little and not just flow fast like the black tank. Any reason for this.? Is this normal.? I also notice rust on the inside of the bumper. Would drilling a hole in the plastic end caps serve the same purpose for airflow, I hate to get rust in there and hate even more risking the rigidity of the steel bumper.?
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General Discussion / Re: Sewer Hose Cleaning and Storing
« Last post by Gizmo on Today at 03:04:55 PM »
To clean our sewer hose I drain and rinse the black tank followed by the gray tanks which should for all practical purposes clean out the sewer hose.  Finally because I tend to go the extra mile and of my type A personality, I use a Camco sewer hose cleaner that attaches to the end of the hose to which a garden hose is attached as the last step.  After draining the hose as thoroughly as possible, I store it in a plastic tote.
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General Discussion / Re: Sewer Hose Cleaning and Storing
« Last post by larrypowellnc on Today at 03:00:59 PM »
I used to use the 4" square bumper on my MH but it was a tight fit with the hose attachments.  I have since purchased a 8' x 5" vinyl fence post and 2 caps.  I drilled 1" holes in the center of the caps for air flow.  To secure the caps I drilled 2 small holes opposite each other through the caps and post and used small bungie cords tied in the middle to shorten them (these have metal hooks rather than plastic and can be bent to fit in the holes).  I made spacers from PVC trim board 1/8" thick to space the post off the bumper.  I strapped the post to the bumper using 5 heavy duty lashing straps purchased from Amazon.  This solves both the tight fit and rusting inside the bumper.  It also saves storage space in the basement.  Happy RVing everyone.
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Tech Talk / Re: Dead 120v plug in 2012 Montana 3625re
« Last post by donn on Today at 02:56:05 PM »
RV mfgs use the absolute worst push on connector receptacles.  They are always daisy chained.  So, you need to start taking everything apart and start looking for wires that are no longer connected.
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General Discussion / Re: Sewer Hose Cleaning and Storing
« Last post by Danny Pyle on Today at 02:53:59 PM »
When you guys get ready to leave a site, how do you clean and store your Sewer and Gray Water Hose till you get to the next site?
I mounted a plastic storage box on the rear bumper for all of my sewer supplies
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General Discussion / Re: Sewer Hose Cleaning and Storing
« Last post by malexander on Today at 02:46:00 PM »
I store mine in a plastic tub/tote, that fits in one of the cargo bays.
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General Discussion / Re: Sewer Hose Cleaning and Storing
« Last post by Peggyy on Today at 02:43:35 PM »
Five gallon paint bucket from walmart.  Just fits perfectly.
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