Every other week, I have to transport our RV to a odd campground.
I chose Saturday as the afternoon for moving, because I guess that a lot of people transport on the weekends.
I love to drive when there aren’t as several people on the highway and I consistently get a better option on the campground spot when there are less people moving in on the same afternoon, and last month I was supposed to transport on Saturday, however there was a concern with the oil furnace and I ended up staying at the campground. I did not have any heat coming out of the oil furnace and I couldn’t understand why. I tried lots of odd problemshooting steps and nothing worked. I looked at all of the videos online for information and I truly couldn’t find anything that was helpful. I told the guy at the campground that I was having trouble with the oil furnace and he recommended a supplier that is close by. They could not come to see me until the following Saturday. I told the campground employer that the oil furnace service supplier could come on Saturday if I could stay at the campground for an extra week. The campground employer agreed to transport our date to the following Saturday so I could meet with the oil furnace service professional. The mobile mechanic came out to the campground to look at the oil furnace and he determined that it was time to get something new. I am not surprised. The oil furnace in this RV is 18 years outdated and easily well beyond its shelf life.