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Old 01-18-2012, 07:37 AM   #1
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New RV Consumer e-Magazine Free

There is a brand new digital magazine available for the RV consumer. RV Education 101 owner, Mark Polk explained, “I have been entertaining the thought of a consumer driven RV e-magazine for some time now. We published a trial issue last December to test the waters, and it was well received. At the time my thoughts were to publish the e-magazine quarterly, but with the level of interest the first issue received we made the decision to distribute the magazine monthly.”

The new publication is titled RV Consumer e-Magazine. It is a digital magazine in a flip-book style format that is delivered online by subscription. It is free of charge and your e-mail address will never be sold or used for anything other than delivering our RV e-newsletter and RV Consumer e-Magazine.

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tried 15 times to get subscribed those stupid security words kept me out...
dont need that kind of frustration.....
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Went through 2nd try
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Great mag! Goofy security word display but took a wild guess and it worked. Calculating propane use was an interesting tip.

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Great mag! Goofy security word display but took a wild guess and it worked. Calculating propane use was an interesting tip.

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Didn't find that one. What's the tip?
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tried 15 times to get subscribed those stupid security words kept me out...
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Took 5 sets of words before I could read them both. Finally got signed up.
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Hey Jim, it was in a test magazine they published last Dec. When I signed up there was a magazine cover to click on.

Just went back to the site and I can't find it. Gave you BTU's of propane by lbs or gallons, then multiply to find what you have, look at btu consumption of appliances.

I've got about 9.27 hrs worth with it all ripping! Now the question is to estimate average use.

Also first time I heard BTU's of propane apparently drop in cold weather?

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Here is the link for the 'calculating propane usage' info.

http://rvingwithmarkpolk.blogspot.co...ane-usage.html


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Thanks Kim!

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