The May/June edition of the online publication RV Technician has just been released by the RV Learning Center.
According to a press release, the lead article focuses on troubleshooting AC electrical systems. And, for the first time, RV Technician is releasing a podcast of a popular recent article by RV Service Consultant Tony Yerman, “RV Roofing Demystified.” Listen to it or download it free by clicking here.
In the current issue, Yerman reveals his technique for dealing with small punctures to an RV’s roof or sides – holes too small to warrant replacing the entire roof or body panel. In an article called “Boo-Boo Patch Repair Technique,” he explains some ingenious ways to repair small damaged areas with less-invasive cover-up elements that blend right in.
The issue also features an article about an all-too familiar problem for RV techs: customers who won’t admit that they’ve already attempted a DIY repair with calamitous results. Called, “A Little Too Much Power,” the article recounts how a misguided neighbor helped blow out the entire electrical system on the customer’s RV – not once but twice.
There are “Ten Tips for RV Safety,” that readers will want to share with their customers. It’s a common sense list of how-to’s that will help them have a safer and more enjoyable experience. And, as always, RV Technician has the latest news about products and recalls in our industry.
A one year digital subscription (six issues) to RV Technician is $39.95 for RVDA members and $49.95 for all others. Purchase a subscription from the RV Learning Center. Subscribers not only receive six digital issues annually of RV Technician, they get online access to the past seven years of content just for signing up.
Go to www.RVtechnician.com for more information or call (703) 591-7130.