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  1. My dometic refrigerator model number is: DM2852RBFX.
  2. I have a Dometic Fridge. The switches on the front panel are ON/OFF and GAS. That’s it. The only indicator lights are AUTO and CHECK. I’m plugged into 30AMP shore power and have plenty of propane. Both the Auto and Check lights were illuminated. I wanted to save propane. I turned off the propane valve. Now, the fridge interior light is on, but no indicator lights are on. The fridge seems to be working?! But, only because the interior light is on and the food is cold. I’ll check again after some time. Why isn’t the AUTO light illuminated? How do I know if it’s running off gas or electric? I’m new to this... only a couple weeks into RV’ing. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  3. Yes, sorry... this is a Tiffin Allegro Open Road 34tga class A motorhome. Great advice in your message! I appreciate it very much. Thank you!
  4. We have installed the TireMinder Smart TPMS on our motorhome and tow vehicle. Unfortunately, we haven't had the opportunity to find a location to get the individual tire weight measurements to properly inflate each tire. Instead, and for the time being, we're running with the tires at the recommended PSI as written on the tire. Should we be doing something different?
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    TPMS

    When driving your motorhome down the highway and your TPMS warning signals an overheating tire... what steps do you take from this point while on the road?
  6. Thank you! I'll look into this.
  7. Recently purchased a 2011 Tiffin Allegro Open Road 34TGA with HWH spring assisted leveling jacks. I also purchased SnapPads to fit onto the jack plates. However, one of the plates looks slightly bent and I'm afraid the SnapPad may not fit on it properly. Are these jack plates repairable? How would I go about this?
  8. Agreed. Thank you for your apology and I guess I will continue my quest looking elsewhere for helpful tips and advice.
  9. Anybody using RVHealth.com? What's your opinion on the services provided? Have you used Telemedicine before and what are your thoughts on it?
  10. What are some of the things you recommend we do to our motorhome in between trips. Like, those times we park the RV in the driveway for a month or less before heading back out on the road. What are some obvious and less than obvious things we should consider doing to the RV. Like, empty tanks? Fill tanks? Refridgerator? Open/Close windows? Etc. This would be during the summertime, so winterizing won't be necessary. Thoughts?
  11. Anybody towing a 2010-2016 Chevy Equinox? Research has shown me that a V6 is best to avoid the "Death Wobble" and only requires 1 fuse to be pulled/switched off. Any other problems or issues?
  12. As a professional illusionist, I am interested in building a small theatre in a tourist populated city. This would be a family friendly production catering to the young and young at heart! Many of you have traveled extensively before me... so I’m guessing you might have some nice suggestions of where to make a home base theatre when we’re not RVing. Think places like Pigeon Forge, TN. Gatlinburg, TN. Wisconsin Dells, WI. Branson, MO. etc..... Any suggestions of where you would take your family to enjoy quality entertainment and attractions?
  13. Does anybody know of any YouTube videos or websites that explain how to properly level your Class A RV with leveling blocks? The RV we will use has automatic leveling jacks, but don't we need to use leveling blocks under the tires on occasion? What's the process look like and how do you do it properly?
  14. Thanks everyone! Good advice and seems easy enough. Neighbors can be your best friend!
  15. Sorry for all the "what if" scenarios on this forum... however, as a newbie to the RV lifestyle, these questions come to mind and everyone who responds has so much helpful information gathered over many, many years! Here's my question: Let's say that you're not very mechanically inclined. You may have a basic understanding of how a vehicle works, or the bare-bones knowledge of your electrical or water system in your MH. But, something goes wrong. Sure, it's very situational. But let's say, for example, the water that used to be hot has turned cold. Or the jack that was lowered is stuck in that position and won't raise. Or the fridge has gone out.... WHATEVER this situation is, how do would you handle the situation? Remember, you're not mechanically inclined and don't necessarily carry the tools to repair these things yourself. You're in an RV Campground. Do you call a local plumber or electrician to fix your problem? Do you jump on this forum and ask questions first? Do you search the yellowpages for an RV specific mechanic to drop by your site and fix your problem? What do you generally suggest?
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