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RE: Champion Dual Fuel Inverter Q.C. to RV On Board Propane

Thanks for the positive comment. By the way, be sure you understand that there are 3 models of that Champion Inverter/Generator. The Costco 3100 model is the least powerful rated at only 2800 on Propane. This could be an issue if you need to run your A/C. Cabelas, Camping World and a few others sell the 3400 Model and the 3500 Model. Those two, though rated slightly different, are actually identical (verified with CPE). There are multiple users here on the forum and on YouTube that have had success with the the higher capacity units running their A/C. Also, be aware that though these units come with electric start, they do not have Remote start. Some folks are waiting for them to come out with a remote start version. Have a beautiful day and good luck with however you decide to go. I did see that the Champion through Costco is a 3100/2800. Our A/C is a 13.5 and Champion says the 3100 will start and run it. I figure I can order one and try - If it works, great, if it doesn't I just return it to my local Costco, no questions asked. In addition to an easy return if needed, the warranty is doubled when I use my Costco VISA to buy it. Right now I can't see any reason not to try the 3100 for $849 shipped. Already managed to try it out? I'm interested in a review of it.
LiamBlack 08/16/19 12:41am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Dumb mistake

If possible, send a photo to give more detailed recommendations.
LiamBlack 08/16/19 12:34am Beginning RVing
RE: Roof Replacment

It is expensive and difficult, but nothing is impossible. The price can be from 7 to 10 dollars. When choosing, pay attention to Flex Armor, I liked this option.
LiamBlack 08/16/19 12:26am Beginning RVing
RE: RV toilet paper

I see no difference except the price, for me the harder the paper the better;)
LiamBlack 08/16/19 12:24am Beginning RVing
RE: A question about wifi amps and receivers

A powerful antenna should help. Why don't you understand the amplifier, do you want to distribute it from a mobile or another device?
LiamBlack 08/16/19 12:17am Beginning RVing
RE: Hard Sided Pop Up Questions

Times have changed so there's no need to carry two EU2000i gensets just because you may want to power A/C. Sell both of your EU2000i gensets and use the proceeds to buy just one EU2200i. Equip your A/C with a ***Link Removed***. Since your A/C isn't a conventional roof mount A/C you can always call Micro-Air for advice on the installation. Those who have done this find their EU2200i will easily start a 13,500 BTU A/C even when ambient temps are quite high and at considerable elevation. Well, let's see. I own two perfectly good EU2000s, have figured out how to store and transport them, and I'm "old school" in the way downeasters are - i.e., Use it up, wear it out, make it do. So thanks for the suggestion, but, my times have not changed. Maybe that's why the DW is my DW for more than fifty years, and we've lived in the same house for over forty years. And, I don't have to spend any more money. Cheers. I hope she can withstand this period;)
LiamBlack 08/16/19 12:10am Folding Trailers
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