RV leveling jacks giving you problems? Here’s how to troubleshoot what’s going on. I’ll show you how to find the source of the problem step-by-step and repair your RV levelers yourself!
Solar panels for RV trailers (like small teardrop trailers) are popular today. Here are my best tips for installing RV solar panels and wiring them correctly
The Heart Interface Inverter went bad in my 1993 Diesel Pusher RV. Having it repaired would cost a fortune. So I replaced it with a 1750-watt RV inverter.
When you buy a used RV, you work with what you’ve got. For my latest RV project, I re-organized the RV wiring to make it neater & safer. Here’s how I did it
If your RV air conditioner fails like mine did, check for hidden electrical connectors that have gone bad. Here’s what to look for & how to fix it yourself.
RV batteries need routine maintenance. Here’s what you need to know before replacing an RV battery or alternator. Plus how to correctly use a multimeter.
Car didn’t come with a tow package? And you want to use an electric brake controller for your trailer? Use these tips to keep from frying your car’s wiring!
Maybe it’s time to find a different source of heat to keep you warm inside your RV. Have you considered a catalytic heater? Catalytic heaters require no electricity to operate. Catalytic heaters also consume propane at a much slower rate.
RV solar panels provide 12-volt DC power to charge a set of batteries. See how RV solar panels work, plus how to install them in your own RV.
Knowing what to do when you deal with your RV electrical system is extremely important. Having a little bit of insight into your RVs electrical system is helpful even if you don’t want to do any wiring because knowledge is power. Be careful with it, though.
Just like the RV water system, your RV batteries need to be winterized to prevent expensive damage.
Recharging the freon in an RV air conditioner should be left to the professionals for a number of reasons. Make sure you use an outlet rated for 30amps to prevent failure but when it comes to repair it’s not really a DIY job.
Some precautions that RVers need to take before they plug into electrical power — at home, at the campground, or elsewhere. If you don’t know the facts about your RVs power cords and adapters, then electrical problems are sure to arise.