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DVD: Choosing An RV: A Logical Approach
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Gary Bunzer’s monthly RV Doctor column has been educating and enlightening RVers for more than 30 years, making it one the longest-running RV technical columns in the industry. Gary began writing and producing training videotapes for RV owners and professional RV service techs in 1988. Six of his original seven productions are still in use today at various technician training venues across North America. This DVD is written and presented at the RV owner level and shows those systems and components that need regular attention. As Gary states, “Today’s RVer understands the necessity for annual preventive maintenance; they just need guidance in how to actually perform many of those tasks themselves.” This production walks the RVer through the proper procedures that are easily handled by the astute RV handyperson. “Lots of RVers, especially those who attend my seminars, choose to do their own maintenance so why not show them the proper way of doing just that?” asks Gary. “Many RVers actually like to tinker with their rigs and performing simple maintenance tasks will add many miles of RVing enjoyment to their travels.” In this 63-minute production Gary provides you with visual instructions for inspecting and maintaining the AC system, LP appliances, liquid propane, air conditioning, battery systems and plumbing systems. There is also specific information about motorhomes and towable RVs. This DVD was produced in cooperation with the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA), the national association representing more than 550 manufacturers and component suppliers producing approximately 98 percent of all RVs made in the United States. 63 minutes. Produced in 2007.
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