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- Sat Mar 31, 2018 5:52 pm
- Forum: Electrical
- Topic: New batts: Cross-wired or Parasitic drain?
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New DUAL batteries (Group 78 Interstate from Costco) are arcing like a welder when trying to install— even with the power isolator Off, Master Off, doors closed, etc. I’m confused: either I’ve somehow crossed the battery cables, or I have a truly *monstrous parasitic drain. .... ..... soooooooo.......
- Thu Mar 29, 2018 11:01 pm
- Forum: 4X4 Off Road
- Topic: CoachGeo's-First step in a LONG process to building Expo Ambo Camper
- Replies: 28
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Committed now to starting build with used LP appliances (overstock, removes from camper rebuilds, parting out etc) just for ease. I really do want to go eventually with more off grid/borrow ideas from nature. Example... solar powered electrolysis of urine producing hydrogen gas.. used to cook maybe ...
water saver..... and no more waiting on cold water to get hot.. Install a loop Hot-Water-Loop-System-Render_AOS.jpg Install a feed back loop into plumbing !!! Idea is- at far end of hot water feed pipe; were it usually is dead ended, instead via a loop, send it back to either the water holding tank ...
Tankless water heater as mentioned earlier..... but now specific to RV's. Not sure it is any better.. but if your converting.......... a previous conversion.... pull out the RV hot water heater in it.. and plop in one of these rv units in the same spot. Myself; just purchased a used one. Cost me abo...
Ok..... I am totally confused. Was my understanding this board got deleted...... Just came across it again by accident and found out it was brought back to life. I am stunned.... but soooooo freaking happy at same time. ahhhh..... except it wont let me back in under my normal user name...... embarr...
considered vinyl wrap for mine.. but will probably just got Olive Drab but instead of camo job... will go with an RV like paint job with some of the other greens used in camo . Some thing like the sweeping fat lines you see these days on the typical hard side motorhomes and campers.