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Stored Secure

Stored Secure

Stored Secure Finding the keyhole at night can often be difficult without a flashlight. Among its varied offerings, CPG can supply a key with an LED in the thumb hold that illuminates the keyhole. This lighted key sells for $15.99 and can be ordered to fit your...
Tracking Battery Power

Tracking Battery Power

Tracking Battery Power The monitor was installed in one of the front compartments in a fifth wheel in a location close to the inverter. A spare piece of panel that matched the inside wall was used to mount the monitor. For those without sophisticated remote monitors,...
Locked When Loaded

Locked When Loaded

Locked When Loaded Installing a new entry-door lock can take advantage of keyless There are two locking features for just about all RV entry doors: one that locks the handle and the other that engages a deadbolt for maximum security. However, not all RVers know that...
Let There Be Light

Let There Be Light

Let There Be Light Replacing standard G4 halogen bulbs typically found in puck-style fixtures with LEDs will lower power requirements while reducing heat and increasing longevity. Interior lighting has gone through a number of transitions over the years, and halogen...
The ABC’s of OIL

The ABC’s of OIL

The ABC’s of OIL Learning about designations, viscosities and change intervals isn’t difficult and can net longer service life Ever wonder what all those numbers, letters and symbols on an oil container mean? If not, don’t worry — you’re not alone. But, if you are a...
Electronics Protection

Electronics Protection

Electronics Protection Electrical surges and spikes can happen anywhere at any time. A surge protector helps keep your appliances and other electrical components safe. Electrical power isn’t always consistent or predictable — especially in an RV application, where you...