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Put some good skid wheels on to protect your rig

By Greg Illes My RV is a 2003 Itasca model, and it came equipped with some simple skid bumpers bolted to the back ends...

Does your RV need “drinking water freshener”?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Perusing the RV accessory shelves at Walmart, we ran across a bottle labeled "CAMCO Drinking Water Freshener." Water freshener? A...

Help your fridge do its best work with a circulation fan

By Greg Illes A lot of us have seen the after-market circulation fans for RV refrigerators. They are small, battery-powered units that purport to help...

Stay longer with supplemental heat when RV boondocking

By Curtis Carper Setting the thermostat at a comfortable level on your RV's furnace is the simplest way to bring your rig up to a...

Troubleshooting RV electrical issues? Keep it simple!

by Steve Savage, Mobility RV Service One of the most important rules when troubleshooting anything in your RV is "Keep it simple." This rule is...

Keep a log in your RV

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Do you keep a log in your RV? Before you respond, "Yeah, several, in the basement storage for when...

Climb to your roof easier with a ladder extension

There is a saying that "Sometimes the first step is the hardest." A lot of RVers would agree when it comes to mounting their...

Pick your hoses carefully

By Greg Illes After years of leaks, failures and various disappointments, I've finally gotten a "kit" of hoses in my RV that I'm happy with....

Holding tank chemicals — choose carefully

By Greg Illes Absolutely nobody can tolerate a stinky holding tank. This newsletter and the forums are full of advice on how to eliminate odors,...

Motion light perfect for RV applications

By Jim Twamley I enjoy closets with automatic lighting. I've thought about wiring the closets in my RV to do this, but it was just...