So sticking with the screen door a bit. We installed the Camco 42183 RV Screen Door Cross Bar. It gives a stronger feel to the door. It installs easily and just makes that little tiny handle unnecessary and gives you a nice big handle to open and close the door.

The only problem I see with the Camco 42183 RV Screen Door Cross Bar is that it might make someone think they can really lean on the door — which they cannot.



So now that we have made the switch to HD over the air my rv antenna is not doing the job. I needed a better antenna. The good news is the new signal is easy to grab indoors — especially inside an RV. So I went with the Terk HDTVa Indoor Amplified High-Definition Antenna for Off-Air HDTV Reception. I can mount it inside easily on a shelf or I have even went on the roof when I was parked for an extended amount of time.

Issues I have with the device is that it does tip over easily and it is rather large. The reception is outstanding and it looks neat. If you are looking to grab the new signals then this is the device for you. Now you still need a tv that can handle the signal, but most newer rvs have that covered.



How many RVs have you been inside where the screen door latch is broken? How many have you struggled to open yourself? Many times this is just due to maladjustment, but sometimes the latch is not used and SNAP! It breaks away from the real door. I like the Camco 43953 RV Screen Door Opener for a replacement.

It is a simple installation and allows you to open the door in a variety of ways. So not only can you replace that broken latch but you can make it a bit more functional as well.



I seem to have about 100 bulbs in about 25 different varieties on my RV. The outside “porch” light is always out it seems and I am constantly looking for a new one. I finally broke down and bought the Dorcy 41-1685 RV Emergency Replacement Bulb Kit. It has a variety of lights, a couple I have used in my actual home rather than my motorhome, but many fit right into the spots I need them most. At $8 it costs about as much as 3-4 regular priced bulbs, so it is a bargain.

A simple and effective kit for replacement bulbs in the coach and engine portions of your RV.