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Old 05-30-2014, 09:59 PM   #11
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When you are plugged into the campground power should you not be able to run the micro and the AC at the same time? When the appliances are off do the batteries continue to charge? The interrior lightsrun off of the 12 volt sustem, right??
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Old 05-30-2014, 10:13 PM   #12
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snip..... would I be able to gleam any info on what size of convertor might be in it from the Vin?.... snip
The VIN itself doesn't identify the model/size converter/charger utilized..., but if you contact Jayco directly they can tell you this information from the build documents on file (have you VIN handy).

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clubhouse, that is my error, it is a 2000I and am sure that it does.
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clubhouse, that is my error, it is a 2000I and am sure that it does.

See what a nice group we have here. Many of us knew from experience that you were wrong but no one flamed you. If had been on some other forum it would not have been pretty.
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norty agree with your comment. Have received many useful tips in this forum. Sorry about that error.
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I make plenty of them, more lately!
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When you are plugged into the campground power should you not be able to run the micro and the AC at the same time? When the appliances are off do the batteries continue to charge? The interrior lightsrun off of the 12 volt sustem, right??
Assuming you're plugged into 30 amp campground power, you should be able to run AC and microwave with no problem.
It is my understanding (someone please correct me if I'm wrong) that the battery will charge whenever you're connected to electric. And yes, the lights are 12V, but again, when you're connected to electric, they are being run through your converter, not your battery.
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I have a 13.5 btu ac. The honda 1000I runs it. It also runs my microwave as long as I turn off the air. Will not run both at same time. Don't believe it will handle anything larger than the 13.5K AC. Love the generator, it is light, quiet, and dependable.
Doesn't the overload light come on when you start the AC? on that EU1000i. Those EU2000i aren't bad, personally the EU3000iHandi is the hot ticket, will definitely run a 13,500Btu AC and a bunch of other stuff. I probably have used it more as a home standby with a transfer switch more often and it has done that exceptionally well too
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