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

Ya Genny never sees a drop of ethanol, as well as every other small engine I own
Golferdude21 10/11/19 07:37am Beginning RVing
RE: Exercising generator and A/C after winterizing question?

Its a gas Onan onboard genny. Havent ran it in a few months figured before it goes indoors and away from me for 5 months i should run it
Golferdude21 10/10/19 10:33am Beginning RVing
RE: Exercising generator and A/C after winterizing question?

I guess i should probably take that outlet off to make sure no wires are messed up huh?
Golferdude21 10/10/19 07:28am Beginning RVing
RE: Exercising generator and A/C after winterizing question?

Jeeze I didnt realize this. I always used to just use the propane heater to heat until last weekend when i read that most people use a space heater when on shore power to save propane. So i used a small1 on high so 1500watts and worked good. Didnt think that ud have outlet problems frim wiring w just one....WOW. We had it goin overnight too...??
Golferdude21 10/10/19 07:21am Beginning RVing
Exercising generator and A/C after winterizing question?

I just had my travel trailer winterized for the winter. I want to exercise the generator one more time before it goes into storage for winter....and by doing this, i will need to put a good electric load on it. Am I able to run the A/C without affecting any of the winterization I just had done?? Might be a stupid question, but i know the A/C has condensation and water that builds up and runs off the camper. Just didn't know if it affected any pipes or anything inside the camper. Thanks in Advance
Golferdude21 10/10/19 06:21am Beginning RVing
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