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Propane Quick Connect Question

Hi all. I have recently downsized from a class A DP to a Sprinter Class C (Renegade Vienna). The propane tank is located under the unit and it has a quick connect on the side to attach a BBQ grill etc. I have 2 questions. Do I need to purchase a regulator if I am going to connect to that quick connect or I am kind of assuming it’s already regulated as it’s already passed the low pressure side. Second question and more interesting to me actually. Is it possible to use that quick connect to feed supplemental propane to the unit? If I had a regulator from a BBQ tank to run from high pressure to low pressure and connected to that quick connect, would it flow the other way? My propane tank on board is only a 13.2 gallon and the generator is also LP which is very limiting to boondocking etc. Thanks for any help on this.
pweekly 10/21/21 10:01am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Can I use any 50 amp extension cord?

Is the 50amp receptical in the barn a 3-wire or a 4-wire with neutral? RV needs 4-wire. It’s a 4 wire as we put it in when we got the RV.. In hindsight we should have put it a bit closer to the door.
pweekly 06/11/21 09:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Can I use any 50 amp extension cord?

Make sure it's actually an RV receptacle. If not, it could damage your coach. Also, how long will the cord be and what are you running? If you are just running the fridge, TV and a fan, likely not a problem. If you are trying to run 2 air/con units, hot water heater on electric and the microwave, voltage drop can be an issue if you are connecting up multiple extension cords to reach the outlet. That was a question I had. But I do notice that the welder’s cords seem to have a 3 prong connection where my RV one is 4. Maybe that’s to keep morons like me from doing such things.
pweekly 06/11/21 09:20pm Class A Motorhomes
Can I use any 50 amp extension cord?

Hi all. I have a 40ft diesel with 50 amp power. I need to use it for a guest house for a weekend and want to plug into my 50 amp in the barn but the cord isn’t long enough. I see that RV extension cords are more pricey than other ones. Presuming it is the same receptacle, are they all the same? Thanks.
pweekly 06/11/21 11:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone have recommendations for awning replacement

Oh wow. that sounds quick. Thank you so much. Will do some searching. Trish
pweekly 03/17/21 08:00pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
Anyone have recommendations for awning replacement

Hi all. I am trying to fix up the motorhome to trade or sell and downsize. Several years ago, we got into an argument with a high tree branch and wrecked the awning including the cover. I want to replace this (finally) and in my user manuals, it shows A&E systems 21 foot I believe awning. Not sure what I need to order or what is now compatible. I know it still has all the wiring (a dealer removed it years ago and left the wiring and arms). That dealer is now out of business. So, starting from scratch here, any direction is so appreciated. It had the wind sensor I know and was automatic. That’s about it. From reading the installation manuals, YouTube etc. it doesn’t seem to be a particularly difficult job to replace. But having compatible parts would be helpful. Thanks so much. Trish
pweekly 03/17/21 01:44pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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