do you have a fire extinguisher? what are you going to do if fire hits yours homestead? are you insured? self insured? is it covered? water for fire? fire extinguisher is it the right one? RV fire extinguisher is a BC meaning it is a dry chemical for liquid or electric fires most commonly to happen in a RV. I bought a 2nd one a 10lb size the rv came with a 5 lb. I plan on having a couple more around the property plus on my water tanks an extra outlet I can run a hose to help with the fire.. I wi...
Mac McCoy, Mac the Fire Guy, discusses RV fire extinguishers. The one that came with your RV is typically not sufficient. Some RVers buy another, but is it the right kind? It may, in fact, be toxic. This is excellent advice.
When it comes to RV fire safety, be sure you have multi fire extinguishers throughout the RV. Now that does not mean you need big ones every where, but at least put some canned foam extinguishers around. Here we do a quick demo on "Fire Gone" foam fire extinguisher.
Gary Bunzer, the RV Doctor, discusses fire prevention tips for motorhome owners, the various types of fire extinguishers, and the types/classes of fires. This is a must-see video for the entire RVing family to reduce the chance of a fire in a motorhome.
This video is from the service technician we called. At abot the 15 second mark the technician goes to flip a breaker off, and their is an immediate 50 amp electrical arc behind the panel. We later found out it was a capacitor in the converter. RVs are so slapped together with little quality control at times. Please make sure you have an exit plan.
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RV Lady, RV Dog & BRAVE my NEW TO ME (Officially on 8.24.15) 26' Class A RV travel the roadways as full-time RVers. We work, explore, repair and have common RV trouble we need to overcome. Lots of advice. Lots of laughter. Lots of 'real' RV life. Come follow along and send along any comments you have! :) Be Brave!
BE BRAVE! WHAT'S THAT MEAN: I hope you will come to understand, when I say, "Be Brave" it is meant to remind you, and me, that we possess the courage to push beyond oursel...
My friend and I were club-hopping last night (11/19) when we saw this sight. Firefighters had just put out some kind of fire on this RV. I didn't see what happened or what caught on fire, but the end result is that the RV is done.
I did some research to see why they use a foam solution: http://www.chemguard.com/about-us/documents-library/foam-info/general.htm
Here's a crash I recorded: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQ_qoNJnsw0
In this video we discover a dangerous flaw in our Rv lighting. How we fixed it, and how you can avoid this problem yourself.
These are the lights I used to replace the factory ones https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Lights/Optronics/RVILL34.html
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A quick video about something you may have not known was available. That being a Motorhome Engine Fire Suppression System! I quickly talk about what it is and why you may want one and then show you how I installed the one in our coach.
RV fire expert Mac McCoy runs down what you need to know to escape your RV in an emergency. Most RVers don't know the right way to escape and that can spell a disaster. Watch this! What you learn could save your life or those of your loved ones. Produced by http://RVtravel.com .