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Old Yesterday, 05:27 PM   #81
Glenda Clark
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Been off shore power 4 days. Everything is functioning great. So far.
Slide works. In/Out.

The weather is too hot to test the furnace right now. But that would most likely be a good test trial.

I will research all the information provided in these posts. Thankyou.
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When I lived off grid in my cottage I used a gasoline generator to recharge my batteries and took advantage of the ac to do everything else that required a lot of electricity at the same time. There appears to be quite a standby draw on the battery. Wouldn't hurt to pull the plug on your entertainment centre, TV, etc. when you know you are going to be stretching the battery. Automobiles are the same way. Have to disconnect the battery when leaving for an extended time or your battery will drain and freeze and burst.
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Old Today, 03:08 AM   #83
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this is another great site for battery, 12V info
http://www.marxrv.com/12volt/12volt.htm
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