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RE: Inverter installation question

Hey Matty, forget the inverter and get a different coffee pot. I use a Melitta Drip coffee maker. Boil the water on the stove and pour over the grinds, like a manual version of a Mr Coffee. If you get the thermal carafe, the coffee stays hot all day. Uses ZERO electric, stove only. Actually we upgraded from the glass to the thermal when we had the TT, I'll give you our old glass one for free if you want to try it. PM me. Thanks for the offer but instead Ill take your advice onthe manual Mr Coffee Thanks
mattyj 08/31/20 04:27pm Truck Campers
RE: Inverter installation question

Hey Matty, forget the inverter and get a different coffee pot. I use a Melitta Drip coffee maker. Boil the water on the stove and pour over the grinds, like a manual version of a Mr Coffee. If you get the thermal carafe, the coffee stays hot all day. Uses ZERO electric, stove only. Actually we upgraded from the glass to the thermal when we had the TT, I'll give you our old glass one for free if you want to try it. PM me. Thanks for the offer but instead Ill take your advice onthe manual Mr Coffee Thanks
mattyj 08/31/20 04:27pm Truck Campers
RE: Inverter installation question

Thanks everyone for all your input and help, I have decided ,no inverter, I’ll just make instant coffee or my wife can start the generator LOL
mattyj 08/31/20 06:03am Truck Campers
RE: Inverter installation question

Well, I guess an inverter is not in my future, thanks everyone for your input and help, coffee press never heard of it sounds interesting I will look into it thanks Lou
mattyj 08/29/20 04:31pm Truck Campers
RE: Inverter installation question

Last year I spend $400 on this life line deep cycle battery I can't afford another battery, as for the coffee I guess I could use instant which would be fine with me but not with her LOL
mattyj 08/29/20 03:50pm Truck Campers
RE: Inverter installation question

Last year I spend $400 on this life line deep cycle battery I can't afford another battery, as for the coffee I guess I could use instant which would be fine with me but not with her LOL
mattyj 08/29/20 03:49pm Truck Campers
RE: Inverter installation question

I was recently at the beach on a rainy day in the morning and my wife wanted a cup of coffee I had to run out and start the generator in the sand and rain that's the only reason I want an inverter. LOL
mattyj 08/29/20 03:01pm Truck Campers
RE: Inverter installation question

Sorry I should have been more specific I will only use 1000 watt inverter to power a 600 watt coffee maker, I won't even bother with the mv.
mattyj 08/29/20 02:57pm Truck Campers
RE: Inverter installation question

Bummer maybe I'll go for a 1000 watt inverter, do you think that would work?
mattyj 08/29/20 02:38pm Truck Campers
RE: Inverter installation question

I have no more room for an additional battery unless it's mounted in the bed of the pick up, which I don't really want to do, so you are telling me 1 battery will not be enough?
mattyj 08/29/20 02:24pm Truck Campers
Inverter installation question

I have a group 27 single battery,and Im looking at 2000 watt pure sine wave inverters.Iwillbe using forsmall coffee maker and microwave at different times. JUST wondering if single battery would work, anyone know? thanks
mattyj 08/29/20 02:18pm Truck Campers
Tire Air Down

Hi Im looking for the air down kit for the beach with camper on truck. I think it will be alot easier than airing down manually. Anyone have any suggestions, maybe what your using ? Thanks Lou
mattyj 07/03/20 01:42pm Truck Campers
RE: latches to hold exterior storage doors open

Yes, Thanks everyone I just ordered 4 of them!!
mattyj 05/21/20 12:31pm Truck Campers
latches to hold exterior storage doors open

Hi, I had to buy some new ones because some of the original ones broke, they lasted 12 years, now the new ones I put on last year are all broken already.Cheap plastic, I guess, Im wondering has anyone out there found a replacement latch that perhaps is made of metal or a different latch type that works? If so please let me know. Thanks, Lou
mattyj 05/19/20 10:58am Truck Campers
RE: Propane smell

With reg and cyclinders completely removed the smell will go away ......some propane may leak from the open line from where reg connected to main lp piping. Not sure why you removed the reg/cylinders but if leaving them out permanently then you should cap/plug the open line where reg was and another open line. I Removed the regulator and the two tanks to try process of elimination because of the smell of propane, I will try airing everything out thanks
mattyj 12/20/19 02:45am Truck Campers
Propane smell

Hi, I am Puzzled I removed the regulator and both horizontal lpg tanks and the camper still smells like propane! Does anybody know what could possibly be the cause of this? Thanks,Lou
mattyj 12/19/19 07:02pm Truck Campers
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