Follow-up on LED bulb replacement dangers

  This week I’m going to circle back and continue the discussion about LED bulbs that were designed for CAN Bus use, and which overheat in an RV interior light application. But first, here’s a quick heads-up on the poll we took last week asking if you’ve ever encountered power at a campground that showed high or low voltage, or... Read More

Stripped threads on RV water heater anode

  Hi Gary, This pertains to a  Suburban water heater, specifically the anode rod threading. I cannot get the new anode rod threading to “catch” and screw in straight. It’s been getting more difficult every year but this year I’m stymied. Any help? —David B. Hi David, As will happen every now and again with repeated procedures, the female threads... Read More

RVing in the news, Aug 17, 2017

  Eleven new Oregon wildfires prompt closures Statesman Journal The western half of the Three Sisters Wilderness in Oregon is closed to the public after 11 different wildfires burning in the central Cascades prompted officials to take action. In addition to the Three Sisters area, 117,139 acres in and around the Mount Jefferson Wilderness are closed as well due to... Read More

Now is the time to get rid of mold and mildew

  Summer’s when RV and boat owners notice nature taking its toll — inside and out. Between the mold, algae and dirt, things start looking dingy. Iosso Products’ Mold & Mildew Stain Remover cleaner does all the hard work to remove the toughest stains and leave fabrics looking like new. Mold & Mildew Stain Remover cleaner is ideal for cleaning... Read More