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The Shade Tree / Re: hard boil eggs
« Last post by Rene T on Today at 01:06:08 PM »
Experiment and add a fudge factor.

LOL   :)) :)) :))
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The Shade Tree / Re: hard boil eggs
« Last post by Tom on Today at 01:04:55 PM »
Experiment and add a fudge factor.
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Motorhomes / Re: Keep Blowing Fuses
« Last post by Rene T on Today at 01:04:27 PM »
It's definitely required in Connecticut. But unless you're doing something outrageous, RVs are pretty invisible to law enforcement.

Same in NH.
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RVing with pets / Re: Cat under the dash
« Last post by Ken & Sheila on Today at 01:04:00 PM »
Both of our Monaco coaches had/have "cat" access to the dash from above the drivers feet. I made a shield out of 1/4" white hardboard for the sides to the right and left of the steering column. I had to use a jig saw to cut the irregular shape and some el brackets to attach it to the sides and the steering column.



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Motorhomes / Re: Keep Blowing Fuses
« Last post by Great Horned Owl on Today at 01:03:39 PM »
It could also be caused by a bad wire contact, not necessarily a direct short. Poor wire contact (often a bad ground) causes the amp draw to increase. If it increases too much, it'll blow the fuse. It can be tough to find the source of the bad contact, but I'd start by pulling the clearance lights and looking at how well the wires are connected to the fixture. In a 1976 rig, odds are you're going to find a fair amount of corrosion on wherever wires are connected to anything.

Kev

Not so. A "poor wire contact" would be defined as one with a greater resistance than normal.  Ohm's law states that current is equal to voltage divided by resistance. Therefore, a high resistance contact would result in decreased, rather than increased current.

Joel
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The Shade Tree / Re: hard boil eggs
« Last post by Rene T on Today at 01:02:47 PM »
Only until they're hard.

How can you tell if they're hard inside the shell?   :o ::) :-\
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Fulltiming / Re: Changing residency: FL, SD or PA? (duh, not PA)
« Last post by NY_Dutch on Today at 01:01:44 PM »
The Escapees RV Club has establishing a domicile guides for each of the three popular fulltime RV'ing states.

Domicile - Escapees RV Club
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Tech Talk / Re: Residential Refrigerator or Not?
« Last post by Rene T on Today at 12:59:38 PM »
I had a RV fridge and I took it out and installed a residential fridge. I sold the RV fridge and installed our residential fridge. We did it because when travelling from NH to FL it was always a pain to keep the fridge cold. Now we're able to run the fridge while we're traveling because I installed a inverter. When we stop for the night, I just shut off the inverter until we leave the next day.
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Motorhomes / Re: DP owners, educate me..
« Last post by Mile High on Today at 12:59:33 PM »
Because of how much I cussed and hated DPs (even pickup) owners for excessive idle time, I really make every effort to limit my time to retracting slides and jacks.  By that time my air is ready.  What I do struggle with is time required coming in, which is just as annoying.  It takes me a little longer to park just right, then grab some pads and run the jacks and slides, all that time that hot noisy engine is interrupting someones picnic and I fee bad sometimes.
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Motorhomes / Re: Keep Blowing Fuses
« Last post by HappyWanderer on Today at 12:57:35 PM »
I don't know of any laws that require marker lights to be operational on RVs.

It's definitely required in Connecticut. But unless you're doing something outrageous, RVs are pretty invisible to law enforcement.
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