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RE: Super duper plug in code scanner w. WiFi?

I purchased this one in January and it works well for cheap money.
steved28 11/19/19 09:04am Tech Issues
RE: Microwaves on inverters.

Our Winnebago has this setup as a stock configuration. 2KW inverter and household microwave (not sure of the wattage). It works fine. We also use a K-Cup machine in the AM. BUT, I have 800Ah of batteries (I'm sure you could do with half that). Another tip I used to perform when my setup was less than this, heat hot water on your propane stove and pour it into the k-cup (or standard coffee maker). It takes a lot of juice to heat that water. If pre-heated, the unit only runs a pump.
steved28 11/12/19 12:14pm Tech Issues
RE: Resent 2016-2019 Jayco qualiity?

My friend purchased a 2018 Precept (new) and I purchased a 2019 Winnebago. Both 35ft class A. We payed almost identical prices. He had a laundry list of warrenty repairs, including leaks in both front/side windows, paint issues, door issues. I had no issues. I know this is just antecdotal data. But in looking at how things were built and engineered between the two, I would not buy the Precept. At least not when I could get a Winnebago for the same price.
steved28 10/22/19 12:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wax on my Motorhome fiberglass roof

There are a plethora of new sealant products on the market today that are making wax obsolete. Products like F-11 etc. They are more expensive, last longer, and much easier to apply.
steved28 10/15/19 09:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RVs and California's Planned Power Outages

Learning more about this every day IT would be best to properly trim trees and maintain lines. Or bury the lines Burying lines would cost a fortune. One of the main reasons power lines are in the air is something called "free air insulation". In short, you can use a MUCH thinner wire than if it was buried.
steved28 10/15/19 09:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: MaxxFan (Smoke with Remote Control) Best For Ventilation?

Anybody have any other thoughts on the pros and cons of MaxxFans with or without Remote Control? A MaxxAir fan came stock in our Winnebago. But they never put a cover over it from the factory. I recently purchased one on Amazon and was blown away at how easy they make the install now. Just 4 pins and done. So it may or may not be another feather in the cap of MaxxAir for you.
steved28 10/15/19 08:46am Tech Issues
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