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Old 07-14-2015, 10:34 PM   #11
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Yes but only the A/C and only if it is a 20 amp service.I have the same A/C(and truck and trailer) and have a progressive industries ems.With the A/C on high and the power converter charging the battery's it pulls 26 amps!!! A/C on high and no other loads it's around 18 amp draw. Just make sure all the breakers are off except Main and A/C and you should be fine.
WrenZ71, how's your set up working for you, so far so good for me. The only issue I have had was a small leak under the sink but tightening the connection was easy and fixed the problem. It was barely leaking only reason I noticed was because after the 2nd trip I noticed the box for the coffee make had a very small water mark on it, might be worth checking on I have since heard that connection is commonly loose. I even checked the floor for water in all areas and did not notice anything that's how small the leak was. After tightening I put paper towels down to see if they collected any water and they did not.
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Old 07-14-2015, 10:51 PM   #12
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Yes. But not with microwave
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Old 07-15-2015, 04:40 AM   #13
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WrenZ71, how's your set up working for you, so far so good for me. The only issue I have had was a small leak under the sink but tightening the connection was easy and fixed the problem. It was barely leaking only reason I noticed was because after the 2nd trip I noticed the box for the coffee make had a very small water mark on it, might be worth checking on I have since heard that connection is commonly loose. I even checked the floor for water in all areas and did not notice anything that's how small the leak was. After tightening I put paper towels down to see if they collected any water and they did not.
Haha your lucky .Mine has been back and forth to the dealer multiple times.Biggest thing resulted in the entire entry door,screen and Door frame replaced.Miss wired A/C,black water flusher connection under the sink finger tight flooded the trailer. Damaged decal,light under the steps not working.No caulking on the kitchen sink(fixed my self) All the screws that hold the fancy window trim fell out(fixed myself different screws).Last trip out the whole back of the dinette(we're the propane alarm is) fell off completely.I spent last weekend re-engineering the whole thing.It's fixed and rock solid.Oh and I think my front cap has some delamination.

My trailers name is Bertha the bunk house and she is a big fat *****.
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