Ok, stuff on RVs break.
At times, I think half the fun of RV'ing is having things break and testing your patience ... and your ability to make do.
Over the years, I've learned ... and also accumulated a lot of extra parts for my trailers.
You probably have to.
Seems like stuff breaks at the most inopportune time ...
Like the time I pulled into a gas station and my water heater door swung open ... somehow the little twisty-hold-the-door-shut thingy either broke off or fell off.
I was able to wire it back up ... but had a hard time finding a place to purchase a replacement twisty-hold-the-door-shut thingy.
So now I carry an extra hold-the-door-shut thingy with me.
Let's see. If memory serves me right, I also carry an extra:
1. Twisty-hold-the-door-shut Converter door thingy.
2. A replacement cabinet latch and corresponding cabinet latch holding piece.
3. Extra anode rod
4. Extra refrigerator
5. Extra cable tv connection cover.
6. Extra vent cap
7. Extra shower drain
8. Extra trailer door latch assembly
I'll think of more later.
No, not all this stuff has broke on me ... but in case it does, I want to have it with me ...
Some of the extra parts aren't cheap (like the door latch assembly) ... but if something like that goes bad in the middle of a long trip ... I want to be able to replace it ... and get on with being a happy camper.
So what extra, replacement parts do you keep on hand?
What have you had break at the most inopportune time ... and how did you fix it?