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  1. Hi Fred, $7k! Wow! Is there even that much wood to eat in an RV? I think I would try applying a product like this first: https://www.amazon.com/Terro-Carpenter-Termite-Killer-Orange/dp/B07D6WVZ9W/ref=sr_1_7?crid=2YIX9OIH07PBR&dchild=1&keywords=termite+killer&qid=1630586610&sprefix=termite+%2Caps%2C184&sr=8-7 Also, don't termites burrow their way into your home via sand tunnels? Are you seeing such tunnels running up your tires? I would think that moving your RV would disrupt the colony. I would at least hit the sand tunnels with that poison and anywhere else I can see the little buggers. Good luck! Don
  2. Hi Jim! I have the same problem. I just take a picture of it with my phone and then stretch it out to make it bigger / more clear.
  3. Thanks everyone! I'll report back on my success with my 32" blades from Amazon. At just over $25 /blade (blade and holder that is), it's worth a shot!
  4. Thanks Richard. That's what I had understood. If you can, I'd love to see a pic of your solution.
  5. I never thought of JB welding a 28" wiper from wal mart. If the amazon blades I found don't work (see link above), I may end up doing just that.
  6. Hey Gang, I lost my driver side wiper during our cross-country trip with the family this summer. Only the arm that extends from the motor remains. I contacted Wiper Technologies, and they said they don't carry the 32’’ arm part # 1433290, which is apparently what I need. They do have a 29" version, which I may end up having no choice but to buy. Anybody know of another source? I have included a few pics in case they prove helpful. Thank you! Don Here are those pics I promised. I was able to find these on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Windshield-Motorhome-Recreational-Vehicle-Refills/dp/B07H4DG5D3/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=B07H4DG5D3&qid=1628775411&sr=8-1 They look promising, although it's hard to tell how the included hardware ligns up with my wiper arms. My MH is listed in the list of MHs that these wipers supposedly work on though.
  7. Not sure Richard. But I can tell you that it was one of those bay switches that was the culprit.
  8. Thanks everyone for your help. It turned out that it was a dirtied bay switch. I have a leaking oil problem from my hydraulic system. Leaking all over the basement doors. Anyways, here is what I did to fix the slides problem: I disconnected the two bay door switches that I thought might be the culprit (soaked in oil). No short!!! I put one bay switch back. It shorted. Then I knew which was the culprit. I put a jumper to join the two wires and now it's working. I will clean that switch out better and get it working again. Thanks everyone. I hope this helps someone in the future!!!!
  9. Thanks Richard. Only one of the slides (the rear) is electric. The other two are hydraulic. I will check that out and also it was suggested to look at the buttons to check for frayed wires. I'll post back here and let y'all know the outcome!
  10. Hi All, My slides aren't working any more. Checked fuses and saw there was a 7.5a fuse labeled "rear slide" blown. Replaced it. Got the slides in, but can't get the out now. Every time I replace the fuse it arcs and blows. Any ideas?
  11. Thanks amphi_sc for the detailed info! I'll definitely keep those instructions in mind the next time I find myself with the same issue. Thanks everyone!
  12. Well John, your advice seems to have worked. I checked the pressure and it was at ~20 psi. I took it up to ~30 psi and... BINGO! No more pulsating. A big THANK YOU! I barely knew I had an accumulator before today, let alone that I needed to add/remove pressure. Another learning event! Just when you thought you knew 20% of everything you needed to know. I think I'm up to 20.1% now. 😉
  13. I think I see how I can measure and adjust the pressure (a regular tire pump). What should the pressure be at is the question now.
  14. Hi Vito, I do have one of those, but how would I "check it"? I imagine there is some way to adjust it? Thanks! Don
  15. I think you're right about it being the nature of the beast. When I turn on a couple of faucets, the pulsating goes away! I have a 55AQUAJET-ARV 5.3 GPM Well, I won't fret it then. As long as it keeps pumping! Thanks everyone!
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