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RE: Exercising generator and A/C after winterizing question?

No harm running the AC, but Gen sets should be exercised monthly not just once before storage. I couldn't agree with you more
Billsten 10/28/19 12:20am Beginning RVing
RE: Question about winterizing

Here are the two best ways to Winterize an RV https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdLs8kTd26I
Billsten 10/28/19 12:14am Beginning RVing
RE: Watching these videos could save your life!

Get an On Board Tire Inflation System like SUPER-AIR ... Eliminating 99.9 % of these problems while increasing tire life and fuel economy
Billsten 10/28/19 12:09am Beginning RVing
RE: Dear Marcus... commendations to CW-Sacto/Roseville Team

Very rare post and It's worth learning from CW Sacto-Roseville team.
Billsten 10/27/19 11:51pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: Champion generator

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Billsten 10/27/19 10:09pm Tech Issues
RE: Champion generator

We have the Costco Champion generator 2800 and so far I am quite pleased. It was purchased last October. We were loading up for a trip last week and I used it to run the AC as it was over 90 outside. It had no problems running the AC for a couple hours straight until the inside cooled off. A full tank of gas lasted just over 4 hours in those conditions. Next option is adding the external fuel tank. I would certainly buy another one if needed. An ideal RV air conditioner generator will be able to be determined by analyzing a few factors, enough power consumption, level of noise, a remote control for your generator makes your life much easier. if Champion 2800 can't meet your requirements, I suggest that you can choose https://www.bestpowerstation.com/best-generator-for-rv/#_Best_Generator_for_RV_Travel_Trailer_Westinghouse_iGen_4500Westinghouse iGen 4500 generator, it has a noise output of about 52 decibel and has a run time of up to 18 hours on a 3.4 gallon gas tank.
Billsten 10/27/19 10:08pm Tech Issues
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