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When our old, inferior sewer hose support fell apart after only a year, we bought a Slunky brand. It’s now 9 years old, and still works perfectly. You can find it, and our high-flow water pressure regulator on Amazon.
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Connecting an RV to full hookups at an RV park or campground isn’t too difficult, but if you’ve never done it before, this quick tutorial will get you started. Even if you’ve been RVing for years, you might pick up a quick tip or two to improve your routine.
For example, do you spray disinfectant on your campsite’s water spigot before you connect your water hose? If not, think about one of the last things you do when disconnecting… you rinse out your sewer hose. Of course that means the RVer who used your site last night probably did the same thing. Think about that for a second, and if you don’t already keep a can of Lysol in your water compartment, you’ll probably get one pretty quick. 😉
We love boondocking (camping without RV hook-ups), taking full advantage of our ability to live comfortably off the grid for extended periods. But there’s something wonderful about taking a regular shower vs a navy shower, microwaving dinner without firing up the generator and watching TV late at night without depleting your house batteries.
These luxuries require hooking up in a campground. When it comes time to connect to water, sewer and electric, following a few standard procedures can make your stay a better one.
For more detail about using Dogbone adapters to connect to different size RV power outlets, check out our video “Dogbones 101” by clicking here:
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Full-Time RVers since April 11, 2003, we share DIY (do it yourself) RV maintenance, repair, travel, upgrade and operational tips & tricks.
While we’re not RV technicians, we’re very mechanically inclined and have learned a lot about RV systems over the years. We’ve handled most of our own minor service, maintenance and upgrade work on both of our RVs.
We meet lots of newer RVers who are eager to learn some basics about using, maintaining and caring for their rigs. After more than a decade on the road, we’re happy to share what we’ve learned (some of it the hard way). 😉 We hope our experience can help other RVers go DIY, saving time & money while experiencing the satisfaction of a job well done.
We are not professional RV technicians and do not pretend to be experts on any particular topic. We mostly know about maintaining our own motorhome, so be sure to confirm that all methods and materials used are compatible with your equipment. Every RV is different, so your systems may not be the same as ours. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you’re unsure about working on your RV. We encourage you to do your own research. Any task you perform or product you purchase based on any information we provide is strictly at your own risk.
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