I do a lot of solo setup. GOAL is the key.
Placing a “marker” post as an aim point for the driver side rear bumper of the PUP is what I use.
(After considering overhead and curbside clearance, I just focus on my mark).
TV is factory system.
PUP- I bought a Bluetooth pressure/temperature system designed for motorcycle use with a dedicated display.
Was concerned about distance between the screw on sensors and truck cab, but hasn’t been an issue.
The adapter is for a 220v dryer outlet. It provides 110v/20amp output.
50amp outlets at a campground already are wired to provide 110v to the RV.
I always carry a dog bone in case the campground 30amp outlet has a problem.
***reminder that although a household dryer or range outlet looks like...
You can reread the post I quoted. If you would like to moderate, ask Steve to change your title.
I normally don’t respond to posts such as yours, but I’ve noticed several people have left the community over posts that had a tone of criticism.
Recycling has long been a farce foisted upon the public.
1. If you recycle cardboard, it will only be processed if all tapes and labels are removed by the consumer.
2. Aluminum cans, another issue. The largest user of aluminum is auto manufacturers…they refuse to use recycled aluminum in new...
Take off top shroud while roof lowered and take a look at capacitors for leakage/swelling or any burned wiring. Give a sniff too.
BE CAREFUL if you aren’t experienced in 110v systems, the capacitors retain a charge that will bite you.
Also check fan up top is free to spin.
If all that looks...