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RV Service in Lacombe, LA

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"Our Logic is Simple, We Treat our Customers the way We Want to be Treated"

Tired of having to wait 3 to 4 weeks before you can bring your camper in for Repairs and then, having to wait another 4 to 6 weeks for those repairs to be done. Give us a call, We can take your camper in now, fix it right the first time and have it back to you in 1 to 2 weeks.


It does not Matter what Make or Model RV you have!


We can also Honor any brand of Service Agreement you may have!

Basic RV Winterization Procedure

You will need: Approximately 2 Gallons RV antifreeze

  1. Drain all tanks, including fresh water, grey water, & black water.
  2. Drain water heater.
  3. Turn 110V off on water heater.
  4. Locate back of water heater from inside of coach.
  5. Change bypasses on water heater.
  6. Locate water pump.
    a. If water pump does not have bypass, disconnect hose from the suction or tank side of pump. Attach a hose to suction side and place into one gallon of RV antifreeze. Start water pump.
    b. If water pump has a bypass, place clear vinyl tube at bypass into one gallon of RV antifreeze & start water pump.
  7. Open both hot & cold on the kitchen faucet until pure antifreeze comes out of the faucet. Close the kitchen faucet.
    a. Continue this process to each faucet in the coach, one at a time. (Do not forget the outside shower!)
  8. Open toilet ball valve until pure antifreeze comes out of the valve.
  9. Pull clear vinyl hose at water pump out of RV antifreeze.
  10. Let water pump run until you hear a gurgling noise.
  11. Shut water pump off.
  12. Open all faucets in coach.
  13. Block toilet valve open.
  14. Drain off all water in holding tanks completely.
  15. Open all gate valves.
  16. Place cap on sewer connection.
  17. Pour extra antifreeze down p-traps, approximately 1 pint per p-trap.

*If your coach has a washer/dryer and/or icemaker please consult a technician. The above procedure will not be adequate.

*Inspect roof material for damage, mildew, etc

*Inspect roof seal for cracks, voids or peeling

*Inspect roof vents, skylights, etc for damage or cracking

*Inspect sealant around windows, doors, compartments, lights, etc

*Inspect sealants at all side and corner moldings

*Note any areas that need attention

*Clean batteries and battery tray

*Disconnect all cables, clean battery posts

*Clean or replace cable ends as needed

*Re-connect and spray with terminal protector

*Check battery water level, top off as needed

*Fully charge all batteries

*Test each battery with Hydrometer and/or load tester

*Connect voltmeter at each battery, verify charging from Converter and alternator as applicable

*Note any areas that need attention

*Connect manometer at stove or other fittings

*Turn on supply and verify maximum pressure with

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*Turn off supply, bleed pressure down and monitor for 15 minutes

*Turn supply on and adjust regulator to correct running pressure

*Turn off supply, remove manometer, reassemble stove

*Note any discrepancies

Water Heater

*Inspect for leakage, sooting etc

*Blow out burner, flue, and compartment

*Adjust pilot or igniter as needed

*Realign burner and adjust air mixture as needed

*Inspect anode rod if equipped

*Operate on gas and electric to verify operation


*Blow out burner, flue and compartment

*Remove orifice, clean with solvent, reinstall, leak

*Test fittings

*Inspect cooling unit, ventilation, etc

*Operate on gas and electric to verify operation

*Inspect unit for damage, sooting

*Blow out flue and compartment

*Inspect burner, igniter, and flame when accessible

*Run unit to verify proper operation and air flow

*Inspect roof airs for damage, looseness

*Remove exterior shrouds; blow out units to remove debris

*Blow out condensers to remove dirt, insects etc

*Straighten exposed condenser fins as needed to repair minor damage

*Clean interior filters

*Operate each unit to verify proper cooling and air flow

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