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    Simple Green on roof?

    Thanks for all the response---I did contact the tech support to find out if the product had any petroleum. This is what I heard from Jason Park, tech coordinator: If you are using simple Green All Purpose---it is safe on rubber roofs as it does not contain any petroleum. He recommend a solution...
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    Replacement Lugnuts

    Another resource for you may be Fastinall.
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    Simple Green on roof?

    Hi Everyone, I have a few stains on my roof---I washed with Dawn (as I usually do), however it would not touch the stains. I then tried a small area with Simple Green and it removed the stains with ease. The questions I have is simple green safe on most of my roof (area that has stains) ? I...
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    LED Light on the hot water rocker switch

    Are you talking about the switch that is on the water heater or the one in the RV?
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    Full timer to Anytimer

    Hi Everyone, After 10+ years as a fulltimer, we decided to find a house and become an Anytimer. I just wanted to say THANKS to everyone who has helped us over the years. We will probably downsize the Bighorn to a fifth wheel in the 30' range. Again, thanks. stay safe, al
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    air ride pin box

    Do you mean a trail air or a mor ryde? or something else?
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    Is it possible that your delamination came from the glue drying out?? Not sure if you store the Rv or go to AZ in the winter, but sometimes the dry winter heat can dry out the interior glue and the result will be delamination. al
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    Full time rv insureance ?

    Yes, Progressive here .
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    fifth wheel wiring advice

    You can search the internet (7 wire connections) and it will give you a diagram on how to proceed---I had to do this and used the internet. al
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    Charging battery

    Hi everyone, I am thinking about a small generator (2000W) and have a few questions. Can I hook that up directly to the RV, knowing I may not be able to power much, but really want to just keep the batteries charged? would I be further ahead to just get a small battery charger and only charge...
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    Water leak

    IF you think it may be the tank??? mine actually chaffed through where the "L" bracket held it. I would not notice it until the tank was almost filled and then the drip would start. I contacted HL who sold me a new tank and installed it myself with a "cushion" where it is supported by the "L"...
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    Replace corrugated chassis skin

    I have had the front off a few times to work on tanks, but not the rear section. Taking the front off and putting it back on took a few hours. I found it best to be on my back and use legs and arms to get it installed with minimal bulging. al currently in MT
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    Converter tripping

    Thanks, I now have a few places to check--I had checked the wires on the converter breaker, but not the main breaker so will check that. I also had considered a weak breaker so not will also check that--really appreciate the suggestions al
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    Converter tripping

    Hello, I need a few suggestions and thought this is the best place to get them. Converter. When we move and hook up to a 30 amp all is fine. when we move and hook up to a 50 amp the converter breaker in the Rv will trip--when I reset it all is fine. I have narrowed it down to only when we move...
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    Bighorn tire replacement

    I have tried the GY and had a few issues with them--went to Sailun and have had no issues. al currently in AZ
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    Sinking into asphalt

    I agree that you should put more surface area under both the jacks and the tires. I use 12x12" plywood and it works fine. Here is something else you may want to consider. Be careful about parking tires directly on hot top---the oil in the tar can eat into your tires--I always put something under...
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    looking to downsize 5th wheel

    Hi everyone, we are looking to downsize to a smaller fifth wheel, currently have a BH (40'). We have been with HL for over 10 years and have had great support, customer service, etc--could not have been happier. However we are looking for something in the 28-30' range for a fifth wheel---am I...
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    Something to check on your ceiling fan

    The suggestion of blue loc tight is a rally good one. We also have on on "check list" to check fan blades and we move them before putting in slides. We move them so that there is no "blade" directly in line with the slide. al currently in AZ - - - Updated - - - You can also order replacement...
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    You might??? be able to repair this with some powder glass filler. YOu can get it at any place that does fibreglass work--good resource is a boat repair place. They can give you some instructions on how to use. al currently in AZ
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    Trouble shooting a water heater

    Thanks--appreciate your help
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    Trouble shooting a water heater

    Hi everyone, yep, loosing it---have a water heater that cannot get hot water---I found a trouble shooting guide last year,but cannot remember where it is located. It walked me through the process to determine if it was a switch, the high limit switch, or the element and now I cannot find where...
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    Fender skirt replacement

    I added white plastic washers to mine when we replaced ours. al
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    Considering Bighorn - Worried about issues I've read about

    We have been full timing in our 2010 BH for the past 10 years---yes, we have had a few issues, but the customer service at HL is super. I have heard from other owners of other mfg and never did I hear that the customer service was any where near as good as HL---buy the BH you will not be...
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    Michelin Defenders Question

    I have always had Michelins---had just ltx for awhile and put on 75M miles with no issues--I ask about the ltx was told the defenders replaced the regular ltx. I now have the defenders and have about 8M miles on them with one rotation. al
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    Awning stopped working--trouble shooting??

    Thanks--can always count on you guys to help me out. I will check the switch and see what I get from there. Also, someone mentioned a mini-breaker?? does the awning have one of these and if so where? If I have to get to motor can I get to it with awning in? Also, was ask about other 12...
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    Awning stopped working--trouble shooting??

    Hello, We have a 2010bighorn. The awning is currently in, but today when I hit the rocket button I got nothing. I checked the fuse, the red light was not on ,but thought I would put in a new fuse anyway--still got nothing. Also, I thought???? when I would pull the fuse the red light would come...
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    Holding Tank Valves are hard to pull. Ideas?

    I agree that is may not be the cable but the actual plunger. You can access this from the bottom and will notice how it works, just put some lube on that plunger and that may?? solve your issue. al
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    Question about frame flex

    We experienced this issue a few years back on a 2010 Bighorn. We called HL and were advised to get it fixed as it could only get worse with time. We did find some broken welds that had to be rewelded. al
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    Loosing OTA channels

    Hello everyone, This is a new one for me and need some help. When we arrived in Tucson we had about 15 channels OTA on the TV. However we seem to be loosing them. When we turn to that channel we get nothing, no "weak signal" or "snow"--just nothing. We have reprogramed, unplugged, rotated...
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    Transporting Bicycles

    We have a chevy 3500and use a roof mount for our bikes---made by Yakima---no issue putting the bikes up and they ride just fine. al currently in AZ
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    Slide wipers/seals replacement

    I had to replace my "D" seals and bought them directly from HL---at the time they were very competitive with others. al currently in AZ
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    Working while traveling

    We are full timers and have been "workamping" and volunteering for the last 9+ years. We usually do 2 per year, one in the summer and one in the winter and "play" in between. You can check out the following web site for a variety of opportunities. or al...
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    Route planning for our trip to Colorado next SpringI’m

    In Estes, we stayed in a yogi bear park that said "big rig" however we worked very hard to get our 40' in the site. If you plan to cross wolf pass it will take awhile, but the road is wide and no sharp turns. If you have the time Terry Bison ranch, just north of Estes is a fun thing to do and...
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    Any current info on these clubs (Passport America)

    If you give P/Aa check on the web you may be able to get a deal---we are full timers and use it whever we can. al
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    Landing switch ?? or something else?

    Closure--Thanks everyone--the switch arrived from HL and installed per your instructions--everything is now working fine al--currently in AZ
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    Landing switch ?? or something else?

    I have done same additional checking on wires---before the switch, the white wire actually has a black pigtail connecting to the switch meaning at the switch connections I have 2 black wires, one orange and one red. So knowing this ---what would be the safest way to "hot wire" if my new switch...
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    Portable Grill - Barbecue Recommendations Please

    Just another option---Weber does make a small portable similar to charboil, but with stainless parts--we have had one for a few years and no performance issues. al
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    Landing switch ?? or something else?

    Re: Landing switch ?? or something else?---more help needed Ok--took everyone's advice and ordered a switch from HL----need some more help--if the switch does not arrive before I need the jacks--what is the safest way to "hot wire"---I have 4 wires coming into the switch---black, white, red...
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    Landing switch ?? or something else?

    Thanks---we were on battery power (still hooked up to the truck).
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    Question on locating water leak

    There is a piece of molding at the bottom of your slide and it may?? be catching water and letting it run into your unit. If?? this is the case, put a "bubble" of caulk near the unit so when water does "follow" the molding it will hit the "bubble" and drop to the ground rather than continuing...