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Old 04-09-2015, 07:09 AM   #1
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Picking up my 184BH tomorrow. Been watching some very helpful videos on Youtube. Long list of stuff to purchase in order to get going. One thing I was wondering is: If you're using everything normally while camping, and you're hooked up to water and electric, how long will the propane last with that small bottle? Also, will the battery actually drain or does the charger work well? Thanks for your help.
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Propane use is generally determined by your usage habits. More in winter, more if you cook inside a lot, etc..
It won't take long to get a idea of how long that will be.
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Your gonna love it, we got ours in june. We go late into fall where temps dropped into the 30's and heat didn't kick on with all of us in there. The only down fall is small tanks, but you can make a weekend with sailor showers
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The DC power center will run your DC devices while on shore power and at the same time provide charge to your battery
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