This is our weekly series focused on educating and empowering women RVers with all kinds of tips for best practices, maintenance advice, how-to's, safety measures, checklists, and more. Each week we deliver short videos that touch on just about every appliance, system, and component in and around the RV as well as hitching and towing advice, product brand ideas, and even some special guests on occasion.
Dana and Brenda share some tips for protecting yourself and your RV when connecting your power cord at the campground RV electrical pedestal.
Brenda talks with Camper College attendee, Luanne Sbarbaro, about lead acid RV battery tips and how to prolong their life.
Water heater power sources (electric and propane), on demand water heaters, how quickly they heat up your tank, and a couple of water heater hacks for quicker recovery time!
Special guest appearance with Sue Rasmussen of Royal Flush, black and gray tank maintenance, product recs, understanding black tank bacteria, and best practices for dumping!
Understanding water heater bypass valves and which valves to turn and when? Addressing why you end up with lukewarm water after dewinterizing and a quick look at what it all actually looks like!
Sue from Royal Flush is back with some advice on the procedures for dumping the black and gray tanks along with her recommendations for equipment needed and also what to do after the job is done!
A quick tip to stabilize your water temperature while in the shower using the On Demand Hot Water System! We'll show you how to avoid those cold spots while showering and why they are happening.
Which brand of water heater do I have and why does it matter? Learn about the difference between the Atwood and Suburban tank-style water heaters and a simple maintenance tip to prevent a costly repair down the road.
Did you know that you have three different safety detectors in your RV? And that they all have expiration dates on them? Watch this week's episode for critical information about where these important safety devices are located and how you can learn whether or not your detectors might already be out of date!
Propane is scary for some and in this week's episode we are going to explain WHY you have no reason to worry! Your camper is outfitted with safety devices and we'll explain what you should do when they activate! Plus, there is added peace of mind when you have a professional perform a LP Leak Drop Test!
Knowing how to adjust for occasions when the electrical needs of your RV are not readily available either while in the driveway at home or at various RV parks. This episode explains where or when this might occur and how to understand what you can expect when the number of amps being delivered to your RV is higher or lower than required.
For the next two episodes, we thought our viewers might like to know who we are and how we got involved in this amazing venture of educating women RVers. Get to know a little bit about us, our better halves, our backgrounds, education, and previous careers, and what makes this movement a passion for us!
For the past two episodes, we thought our viewers might like to know who we are and how we got involved in this amazing venture of educating women RVers. Get to know a little bit about us, our better halves, our backgrounds, education, and previous careers, and what makes this movement a passion for us!
We have all heard those infamous stories around the campfire of others that have had poop mishaps while dumping and flushing their tanks. I'm sure we can all agree that we do not want to be part of those stories having had first hand experience, right?
This week we are sharing some tips about what pressure levels will protect your RV water lines, pressure regulator types, plus a few more nuggets about water filters.
Mismatched tires, improper tire psi, hitch receiver ratings inadequate for both tow vehicle and camper.....The list is extensive and important! Take a quick listen to learn what Holly discovered about all of the above!