Tag Archives: RV repairs

Mark My Words—Appliances, Severe Weather, Clogged Drains and Wandering Motorhomes!

Hi folks! I hope you are enjoying the summer in your RV! This month, we’ll talk about appliances, severe weather, clogged drains, and wandering motorhomes. Remember to submit your RVing questions to [email protected] —————————————– Mark – in a recent column you mentioned that RV fridges, hot water heaters, and furnaces have a typical lifespan of
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RV Tire Blowouts Increase as Temperatures Rise

The danger of a RV tire blowout increases as the summer temperatures rise. The damage as a result of a tire blowout can be extensive, as the rubber and steel belting from the tires separate and cause spinning and flying shrapnel damage to the RV and in some cases the vehicles around them. Always check
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Don't Let Roadside Breakdowns Stop You

RVs are rolling homes that offer unbridled freedom to explore the countryside, but they occasionally require a few RV repairs—much to the “enjoyment” of owners who don’t mind a bit of tinkering. The RV owner’s toolbox should reflect the owner’s skills and interest level, but there’s no reason to carry a heavy bag of tools
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Maintaining Your RV May Be More Expensive in Future

The economic crunch that crippled the recreational vehicle industry resulted in RV manufacturer closures.  This left many owners high and dry as far as warranty was concerned.  Additionally it left them without technical support and OEM parts availability.  Well, thankfully most have worked their way through these issues using independent service depots and parts directly
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