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Ask Us Anything answers your RV Questions

| Updated Jan 7, 2019

Our latest Ask Us Anything live stream on our YouTube RV Lifestyle Channel is available for a rewind.

Just back from our two week- Christmas break, we fielded lots of questions on everything from how to find a used RV to where to find an RV show and what to do before buying one.

We talked about how we may have to change the schedule for our live streams because of our travel plans over the next couple of weeks. Best way to alwaus know when we have new videos is to subscribe to the RV Lifestyle Channel at 

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Here's the Ask Us Anything live stream:

Mike Wendland

Published on 2019-01-07

Mike Wendland is a multiple Emmy-award-winning Journalist, Podcaster, YouTuber, and Blogger, who has traveled with his wife, Jennifer, all over North America in an RV, sharing adventures and reviewing RV, Camping, Outdoor, Travel and Tech Gear for the past 12 years. They are leading industry experts in RV living and have written 18 travel books.

2 Responses to “Ask Us Anything answers your RV Questions”

November 03, 2019at10:52 am, Chuck Spargo said:

I have listened to many of your videos, as well as other RVing channels and somewhere I picked up a recommendation on Boondockers Welcome; was that on your show by any chance?

January 09, 2019at7:21 am, Joe Worrell said:

I have a new 2018 Roadtrek CS Adventurous with Eco Package. My question concerns the Home Theater System. On page 39 of the owner’s manual, it states that the speaker switch when set on Automotive setting will allow the rear speakers to connect to the dash radio. My switch did not work and so I brought it in to my local RV dealership (RV Connections) where I purchased the vehicle for them to take a look at it. The technician pulled out the radio and could not find a problem. The switch works for the DVD player which I discovered had it’s own radio which would drive the surround sound system. The dealership says that there is no problem and stated that the Owner’s manual was not updated to reflect the equipment I had in my RV. I am to tune both radios to the same station to get surround sound. Does’ sound right to me. I do not have an in-dash CD player, only a SD disk slot. CDs would have to be put in the DVD player, and surround sound turned in order to listen to the music in the front when we drive. I still think that there should be a connection between the radio and the surround sound system per the owner’s manual. I question the technical knowledge of Roadtrek RVs with this dealership. Can you provide any advice on this topic? Joe Worrell, Panama City, Florida

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