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RE: Bought an old Class C - Electrical question?

Best guess is that the converter which keeps the batteries charged has issues. If you are handy enough with a multimeter check the voltage on the batteries with it disconnected from a 120V A/c source and then with it plugged in. If there is no change is voltage level when it is plugged in then start checking the converter out. Check 120V A/C source voltage into the converter and check the 12V D/C out of the converter. Could be fuse(s) or breaker or poor wire connections short of the converter being bad. On edit after rereading your post have your batteries checked. Sounds like the converter; s working but the batteries are weak.
Rolling Condo 03/13/15 05:06pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Dutch Oven Beginner

If you have a smart Android phone there are a couple of free apps that have the temperature to briquette ratio.
Rolling Condo 03/11/15 10:37am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Replacing water pump

Contact Artist and see if they offer a replacement pump head. Might be cost effective.
Rolling Condo 02/17/15 01:58pm Tech Issues
RE: Lightweight packable tent

Shop the Eureka Tent Outlet. Great bargains to be found in a quality tent. Eureka.
Rolling Condo 02/17/15 06:51am Tent Camping
RE: How do I know if my RV has a 3 stage charger?

No, it won't have one unless the previous owner replaced it. Very few factory units have a 3 stage charger unless upgraded specially.
Rolling Condo 02/14/15 08:14am Beginning RVing
RE: Place in SC

Lakewood Campground
Rolling Condo 12/08/14 09:52am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best Xmas gift for a new "trailerer"

This: http://www.amazon.com/Champion-Power-Equipment-No-75531i-Generator/dp/B00BBDCE1S/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1417579590&sr=8-1&keywords=3000+watt+inverter+generator Shop around, as I've seen it as low as $649, but this close to Christmas, I wouldn't expect to find it for that right now. X2...Good value. Enough power to run your trailer. The company has a good reputation for service. It is very reasonably quiet.
Rolling Condo 12/02/14 09:28pm Travel Trailers
RE: GNB batteries

The railroad used them for a while as back up for signal equipment but found they didn't hold up as well as the Ni-Cad batteries. That one in the pic plus 5 more to give you 12V would be mighty heavy and bulky for most RV's
Rolling Condo 12/02/14 08:39am Tech Issues
RE: Thanksgiving Meal at Myrtle Beach

Food Lion offers ready to go meals.
Rolling Condo 11/16/14 07:47am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2x 12v Parellel Batteries

Rolling Condo 11/08/14 09:10pm Travel Trailers
RE: Myrtle Beach Reccomendations

I've spent the past two and plan on making this the third year of spending Thanksgiving at Lakewood. No crowds like in the heart of summer. They have a big potluck on Thanksgiving with them providing turkey and ham.
Rolling Condo 11/08/14 07:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Volcano Grill

Owned one for 4 years now. Bought it for use with my Dutch Ovens but like it for the great versatility with the added propane. Great for large power burner for large pots.
Rolling Condo 11/04/14 09:31am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Hensley Arrow - Really that hard to hookup?

If you camp as I do boondocking in remote areas, then it can be a real bear. Mud rocks and uneven ground can make the attitude of the TV change with every inch it moves. Often it is impossible to back up the same as when unhitching. Of course others will say that it is no problem at all... But there have been a few people that gave up on it for just that reason. If you are a campground camper, then this problem likely isn't an issue for you. For situations like this I've found a measuring tape to be tool needed. I measure the stinger height and adjust the trailer to match and the screw jacks to adjust the angle.
Rolling Condo 11/01/14 06:53am Travel Trailers
RE: Battery Size???

Most who camp without power use a pair of 6V golf cart batteries in series. Also upgrading to LED lights. If you need to recharge using your vehicle, use heavy duty jumper cables and not use the umbillacal cord. The wiring is too small to recharge the battery efficiently.
Rolling Condo 10/16/14 10:24am Travel Trailers
RE: are hybrid trailers cold in winter?

I don't do well in the cold, I don't mind it while I am out and about, but sleeping is another thing. When I had a pop up (old and broke down) I would get cold from the bottom side while sleeping. Has anyone else had this problem with hybrids? Is there much that you can do about it? I went from the pop up to a fifth wheel, now I want to go to something a little smaller. To specifically answer your question and hour sleeping comfort requirements, have heated mattresses. All of the others suggestions are very worthy and will definitely help.
Rolling Condo 10/10/14 11:36am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Lakewood CG Myrtle Beach for Thanksgiving

Been there the past 2 years at Thanksgiving. Wonderful time, not crowded like in the summer. Great mild weather. The only planned activity that I know of was the pot luck.
Rolling Condo 09/28/14 12:48pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RV Ovens, hate them, love them, or just meh?

I have owned 3 TT,s and have used the ovens in each of them extensively. Just like at home. Like others I use an unglazed tile and 'air bake' cookie sheets under pans and have great success.
Rolling Condo 09/25/14 09:11am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Please help...my burgers are tasteless

We add Lipton's Beefy Onion dry soup mix and Worcestershire sauce. Makes a very tasty burger.
Rolling Condo 09/19/14 05:53pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Building a Heavy Duty Charging Circuit for Camper--how big?

I ran a separate circuit from my battery to the rear of my truck. Used #6 cable and 50 amp fuse. Used Anderson connectors rated for 60 amp. Then on to my trailer batteries. Now I have 2 connections to make when hitching up. My regular 7 way ( which I still have the regular 12V in it) and the dedicated charging circuit.
Rolling Condo 09/16/14 09:29pm Truck Campers
RE: Building Your Own TT

Will you be able to insure a home made no brand trailer? Good question. But what if you started with an old trailer that had a VIN and rebuilt it?
Rolling Condo 09/12/14 12:35pm Travel Trailers
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