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Re: RC: Re: RE: Generators
How do you get a solar panel setup? I assume its stores in batteries for
night time use? I have a 3h sl with an 8ft dr that i'm finishing into lq.
>From: "Sullivan's" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: RC: Re: RE: Generators
>Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2001 13:17:27 -0800
>----- Original Message ----- > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Tara Wheeler [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Could those of y'all with generators in your trailers please point me in
> > the
> > right direction regarding buying one?
> > I'm in the process of buying a used '91 Sundowner trailer with weekender
> > living quarters. I'm putting in a shower (with heater and water pump)
> > and
> > it already has a 110 AC and indoor/outdoor lights. I'm also thinking of
> > putting in a mini-stove. No TV, no microwave, no fancy stuff. Just the
> > bare bones. :)
>Unless you need a microwave, you shouldn't need a generator. Kathy Mayeda
>is right, all can be run off battery or propane.
>A small propane stove is probably more usefull than a microwave anyway.
>I have a snall solar panel on the top of my camper, and have never run out
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