Repair a wide array of common mobile home and RV issues by using a do-it-yourself guide found on sites such as DoItYourselfRV.com, TheFunTimesGuide.com, TheDoItYourselfWorld.com or HowTowFixYourStuff.com, as of 2015. Tho... More »

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Since most RV manufacturers use the same brand of toilet, repair parts are readily available. Gather hand tools, including a socket handle, a 12-inch extension and a 1/2-inch deep-well socket. More »

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To begin repairing a diesel RV engine that won't start, you must first understand the potential causes of the problem. Diesel engines are notorious for having starting problems in cold weather, so if the temperature is l... More »

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Find trailer and mobile home lots for rent through sites such as MHBay.com, RVParkStore.com, Criagslist.org and Oodle.com. These sites contain tools that allow users to search listings based on location and monthly rent ... More »

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Remove a mobile home bathtub by turning off the water, disconnecting the drain and water pipes, removing the tub surround rivets, and pulling out the tub surround. Then, unscrew and remove the tub. More »

Adding a room (or extension) to a mobile home will often involve new foundations for what will essentially be a separate structure, however, "mobile" homes with more permanent foundations can be extended with a stick bui... More »

To find a used mobile home dealer in your area, try searching a mobile home classified advertising site, such as MHVillage.com. Dealers sometimes use these sites to list homes for sale, and you can also search for dealer... More »