From the bloggers at Good Life RV
RVing is great. It’s a fun way to get to see the world. And there’s no better opportunity to spend time with family and friends than when you’re sitting around a campfire together. But what happens when your RV is in need of a doctor? Here are some basics in case you find yourself in a bind.
Cracked Sewer Hose End
For those RVers that especially like to save, you can fix your own cracked sewer hose. Put on some gloves and get, um, dirty. Rinse out the hose as best you can and cut the end that’s cracked with a box cutter. There’s a metal ring that coils through the tube that will need to be cut with wire cutters down to where you cut the end off. Unscrew the metal fitting from the end you cut. Reinstall the fitting on the newly exposed end. You can see a video here for reinstallation.
Installing Temporary Plexiglass Windows
This is a common repair that sometimes happens spontaneously. Some think that it’s a result of high temperatures. Others think that maybe stress fractures on your RV contribute to this.
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