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Old 09-22-2012, 09:07 AM   #11
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Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: MN
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You might want to pay someone to do it the first time AND teach you what they are doing. After that, do it yourself. The school of hard knocks is great but the tuition is dang high. If you are in an RV park in the snow belt, lots of people there will be winterizing their own unit. Offer them a case of beer, bottle of whisky, or cash to teach you how to do it on your own rig. People tend to love showing others what they know. This forum is an example of that.

Go into craigslist, then services. Type in RV. You may find guys out there that are mobile techs and will come out to you to fix your RV. Many of them are dealer techs and moonlight for extra money.

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