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RE: Buying a new TC

Unless you camp where there is 120V(30A) electric service OR have a portable generator(or onboard generator)which will handle the electric load that AC will be pretty much useless for you. You should be able to use the electric fan function of the AC from your 12V camper battery.
ICamel 03/29/21 01:25pm Truck Campers
RE: Speaking of large batch cooking-freezing leftovers?

Freeze in individual serving size vacuum seal bags. Vacuum seal when frozen. If you buy seal-able bag material that can be boiled or microwaved it doubles your options for reheating.
ICamel 01/25/21 03:05pm Around the Campfire
RE: Do I need my fan on when cooking in the oven?

And for another point to consider. You might think differently if you have a CO detector with a digital readout. The only time it has gone off in any of our RV's is when the oven was on and no ventilation. I do have a digital readout CO detector and the amount of Carbon Monoxide generated by the oven is scary. Probably why they have a warning about using the oven for "comfort heating". If you don't want to run the fan, just leave a couple windows open slightly(1/4" to 1/2"). You will be fine.
ICamel 01/07/21 01:45pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Quiet heater that doesn’t drain batteries ?

I have been using a Wave catalytic heater for seven years in our RV's. First in a 5th wheel and now in our truck camper. Yes, I use it while sleeping. Yes, I am aware of the risks and choose to use it responsibly. Hi Don! I'm still alive:) There are literally hundreds of thousands of products that can kill you(or not). Just look how many items carry the California Prop 65 warning. Given some naturally occurring chemicals found in the State of California I am surprised no one has insisted that California be labeled as containing “chemical(s) known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive harm.”
ICamel 12/03/20 01:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: Does anyone use an aftermarket Tire pressure system?

Count me as another satisfied EEZ TPMS System user. I like that it gives you both tire pressure and temperature information. I have it on all the tow vehicle and trailer tires. I did have to add the repeater as the aluminum frame of my truck camper blocked the signal from the boat trailer tires. It has worked flawlessly with the repeater.
ICamel 12/03/20 12:23pm Truck Campers
RE: Oven ignitor

How much heat can an ignitor take before it burns up? I frequently do a baked potato at 425F for over an hour and it hasn't been an issue. I did cover the oven igniter wire with heat shielding. For you that have installed one yourself, has it lasted? It's been over 2 years and has worked flawlessly.
ICamel 11/22/20 03:23pm Tech Issues
RE: Oven ignitor

Like this? https://live.staticflickr.com/1862/44373775741_369f2676f2_c.jpgOven Igniter~1 If you click on the picture it will take you to a video on Flicker. If you are reasonably mechanically inclined you can do the same thing. As others have indicated it involves replacing the "click" igniter that lights your cooktop burners with a piezo igniter that has four wires(three for the cooktop and one for the oven.)
ICamel 11/20/20 01:37pm Tech Issues
RE: Using a c-pap in a TC Inverter numbers W/Humidifier.

Thank you @jaycocreek for that detailed information. It confirms what I have known for almost twelve years using my CPAP w/Humidifer powered by a pure sine wave inverter in either 5th Wheels or our current truck camper. I can go for at least four days without a recharge on my dedicated CPAP batteries and almost unlimited time with a daily two hour recharge from the Honda EU2000i.
ICamel 09/15/20 11:45am Truck Campers
RE: Adjustable LP reg

Most are adjustable, but they don't want you to know that so the adjustment screw is hidden under the stick on knob cover. https://www.flickr.com/photos/11322575@N07/50256495747/in/dateposted-family/
ICamel 08/22/20 02:52pm Tech Issues
RE: What is your best Potato Salad recipe

Diced Potatoes: Add 1 cup of water to the bottom of the InstaPot and add colander with the diced potatoes on top of the water(season potatoes if desired). Close the lid and set to manual for 4 minutes. Once time completes release pressure manually. Potato Salad: 5 medium red skin potatoes diced into small cubes 1/4 cup sour cream 3 tablespoons Ranch Dressing 2 tablespoon each yellow mustard and Dijon mustard 2 teaspoon celery salt 2 tablespoons chopped dill weed salt, pepper, seasoned salt, onion salt to taste diced sweet onion(3 medium slices) diced medium dill pickle(from 2 whole) Cook diced potatoes in InstaPot per above directions. Let potatoes cool on countertop and then in refrigerator for 3 hours. Mix sour cream, ranch dressing, mustards, seasonings in a bowl. Spread dill weed over potatoes and mix thoroughly. Add diced onion & pickle. Mix sour cream sauce in with potatoes adding seasonings to taste. Refrigerate overnight in covered container.
ICamel 08/13/20 12:57pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Website issues

When I get the "service not available" notice I just move on to my next destination in web browsing. When they get a sufficient drop in the number of "hits" the problem will become elevated to a point that the owners will want it fixed.
ICamel 05/17/20 12:41pm Forum Posting Help and Support
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