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Tech Q&A: Trailerlife Magazine

Tech Q&A: November 2020

LP-Gas Leak-Down Is there a general rule as to how long the LP-gas lines should hold pressure after the cylinder has been turned off? I turned mine off, and the…
10-Minute Tech

10 Minute Tech: Rest Easy Bunk Bed

What sold us on our 2017 Coleman 17FQ travel trailer was that the rear bunk beds each had their own window, which excited our two children. We love almost everything…

10 Great Motorhome Upgrades

Top functional add-ons to make the most of your experience in camp. Being handed the keys to a new motorhome is like being handed the keys to a wonderful lifestyle.…
Tech Q&A: Motorhome Magazine

RV Tech Savvy: What’s Wrong With the Wiring on the Motorhome?

We have a 2016 Thor Windsport 31S. This motorhome has had one problem after another since I bought it used. First, the batteries would not charge. I found the leads…
Quick Tips

MotorHome Quick Tip: DIY Table

Our Winnebago Vista LX 35F did not provide any table on or near the doghouse cover. Most aftermarket tables are too large and interfere with getting in and out of…
10-Minute Tech

10-Minute Tech: Back Support

I can’t understand why RV makers build dinette seats with straight vertical backs. They’re like sitting in an uncomfortable church pew! To remedy this in our Jayco Jay Flight travel…

Storing Your Motorhome for Winter

A seasonal checklist of must-do maintenance items for motorhome owners As we move into the colder weather, and the primary camping season comes to a close, we have two kinds…

Upgrade To a Residential Fridge in Your RV

  Enjoy expanded capacity at a surprisingly affordable price by swapping out your current RV refrigerator for a new residential model Let’s face it, the heart of the kitchen —…
Tech Q&A: Motorhome Magazine

RV Tech Savvy: Clouded Camera Fix

I own a 2013 Forest River Georgetown 335 on a Ford F-53 chassis. The coach is equipped with a rearview camera as well as side-view cameras. The side-view camera lenses…
Quick Tips

MotorHome Quick Tip: Mouseproofing

We had a mouse problem in our motorhome and discovered that one of their favorite points of entry was by climbing up the sewer hose into the water bay. I…