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mix Battery

Posted 12-25-2021 at 10:57 AM by djisarob

I was wondering if it ok to add a 12 volt deep cycle marine battery to a 12 volt AGM battery on my house side? he deep cycle marine battery is a wet cell battery. I forgot to mention it. I know i have to keep an eye on the water
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agm and lead acid battery together

Posted 12-17-2021 at 01:24 PM by djisarob
Updated 12-18-2021 at 01:52 AM by djisarob

I was wondering if it ok to add a 12 voltdeep cycle marine battery to a 12 volt AGM battery on my house side? he deep cycle marine battery is a wet cell battery. I forgot to mention it. I know i have to keep an eye on the water
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Prodigy 3 plug and play for 7 pin connector

Posted 11-24-2021 at 02:39 PM by Adajim

Looking for an adapter for 6 pin plug to connect a Prodigy 3 brake control, hopefully plug and play.

Also, is receiver plug on MH already wired for electric brakes?
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Water Pump Running Continuously

Posted 11-17-2021 at 11:58 AM by HiBanky

In my 2005 Journey there is a SurFlow 3 chamber water pump that runs when the pressure drops below some predetermined point. The exact point is unknown to me but probably something like 20 to 30 PSI. If the system is tight, meaning no leaks at all, it will not come on without opening a faucet or flushing the toilet. If there is a tiny leak, it will come on briefly every hour or so. I lived with the tiny leak scenario for two years but then it began to run nearly continuously and air would spit from...
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Broken Tri-Mark door handle

Posted 11-16-2021 at 02:24 PM by HiBanky

My 2005 Journey and probably many other RV has a Tri-Mark 17217 Exterior Door Latch. One sunny day I reach up and pulled the handle only to find it did nothing to open the door. No amount of fiddling around with it did anything to give me access to the coach. Fortunately I left a window unlock and with the aid of the ladder I left out, I manage to get inside to open the door. With out hesitation, I removed and disassembled the door handle and quickly found the cause.
There is a boss cast...
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