Wednesday, August 4, 2021
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No Shock Zone: Part VIII: GFCI

 By Mike SokolIf you recall the survey we did July, 2010 in RVtravel.com, you know that 21 percent of those who reported had been...

No Shock Zone: Part IX: A call to action

 By Mike SokolI'll use this week's column in a two-fold manner: 1) As a review of where we are in this 12-part series on...

No Shock Zone: Part X: GFCI troubleshooting

 By Mike SokolIf you recall the survey we did July, 2010 in RVtravel.com, you know that 21 percent of RVers who answered the survey...

No Shock Zone: Part XI: Extension cords

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No Shock Zone: Part XII: Emergency care of shock victims

 By Mike SokolIn a survey in the July, 2010 issue of RVtravel.com, 21 percent of RVers who responded reported that they had been shocked...

Battery maintenance reminders

By Russ and Tiña De Maris When your RV is "in storage," and not in harness on the open road, don't neglect the battery. A...

Extend your stay with these battery saving tips

Whether you're stopping for the night at a Wal-Mart or dry camping for a week in the outback, you will at some time need...

Dry camping? Remember your batteries

By Russ and Tiña De Maris There's a lot of beauty that can be reached only when "dry camping" or boondocking. If you're new to...

Adding RV batteries

Hey, Doc: I just recently purchased a used Class A Newmar coach. Where do I find out what rating of battery needs to be used...

Golf cart batteries your solution?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris   Many RVers swear by the use of golf cart batteries over conventional RV deep cycle batteries. There are some...

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