Category: Electrical Power / Batteries

Mark My Words: December – Storage Issues, Tank Monitors, Batteries and a Troublesome Air Conditioner

Hi, Folks. I hope you all had a merry Christmas and are looking forward to a New Year of RVing! Keep those questions coming! Hi, Mark, We are new to RVing and live in Northern Michigan where we get a lot of lake effect snow.  We store our fifth-wheel camper outside at a storage facility. 
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RV Shore Power Fundamentals

RV Shore Power fundamentals. Understanding RV shore power is essential to properly manage your electrical usage in camp. Motorhomes, depending on size, may be capable of using a 30-amp or a 50-amp service maximum. With adaptors, all will operate on a 15/20 amp, albeit a minimum service. There are three basic service sizes provided in
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Motorhomes With or Without LP-gas

Motorhomes with or without lp-gas — looking at the pros and cons. Many larger class A motorhomes sold today are “all-electric.” Now, the name may be somewhat misleading, as it has nothing to do with the vehicle’s propulsion, so don’t confuse it with those automobiles that use battery-power drive. The “all-electric” term refers to using no lp-gas for
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Choosing Between Electric-Induction or Propane Stoves

RV electric induction or propane? Which is the best cooking solution for you?  Through the years, propane gas has been the go-to for RV cooking fuel. This worked well, as propane also was used for the hot-water heater as an additional fuel for the refrigerator and for the furnace to heat the interior of the
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