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January 8, 2018 at 4:25 pm in reply to: Inverter: What are you using and why do you like or dislike it? #49747
I have the new Harbor Freight 3500 watt inverter generator $649 (on sale)much improved quality with push button start. They have a smaller version 2000 watt inverter generator $499 I believe. They compare quite well to the Honda 3000 ($1995) and 2000 ($999). Reviews on Youtube. No problem running 15000 BTU AC with 3500 inverter generator.
I don’t remember where I was but I saw a wood hardener that would soak in and harden the wood. Epoxy like stuff. You could also brace from below.
My friends Trail Lite is a 20 and mine was a 24 and they had the same manual. Someone showed us there 17 an we agreed with each other that its equipment (appliances, jacks, and functions of ends and basics). He is looking for it.
I had the 23-24 footer. What do you need to know? Spiders will get in the tube where you light the water heater. Clean the cobwebs out and it will work fine. That was biggest problem
My friend has a 2002 or 2003. I will ask him if he has the manual. If he does I will scan it and email to you. There are several for sale on YouTube. They might help you.
<h3 class=”r”>Utah Rockhounding 3.0.kmz on Google Very Good for minerals and fossils in Utah</h3>
http://www.findingrocks.com/ has a downloadable file that works with Google Earth (FREE) and it has hundreds of collecting sites and http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meteor/metbull.php file called Dense Collection Areas downloadable file that works with Google Earth. Duct tape a good magnet on a walking stick and you are ready.
A meteor landed in my parents driveway August 11 or 12 1957. Been hooked since. Watched Meteor men and recognized their secret spot. At the secret site the low temp average in Feb. is 15 so I may do this next fall. Trilobites in CA, NV, and UT are waiting on me.
Antelope Springs West of Delta Utah for trilobites and more and a meteor fall site 50 miles west of there in February.
Gas refrigerator, Entertainment Center, antenna booster, and inverter electronics and LP, CO, and smoke detectors and any computer plugged in will eat on your batteries. Does seem a bit high. I believe I read that your solar panels at night can draw some current if you don’t have a blocking diode. Disconnect the panels for a night and see if it makes a difference.
I pulled a 30 ft. trailer down 139 a couple times and there was no problems. Steep by Douglas Pass and great abundant plant fossils by the radar site. The majority of the fossils you will find at this site are leafs and small insects. There are leaf fossils being found regularly that measure over four inches. There has been plenty of insect type fossils found as well and there is a pullout on the opposite side of the road that is challenging to pull out of going north.
I believe I will watch Ray’s solar panel installation on YouTube again.
The Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter ($24.00 open box on amazon) worked great. Plug it into HDMI and the USB port and your ready. Right click new notifications on task bar and click on connect and choose Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter. VLC worked but Windows media worked flawless for hours. I haven’t put my Plex on my new laptop, Yet. MP4s were flawless and the MKV files worked 90% of the time. The MKVs were questionable acquired and I got what I paid for. No Lag and the HD was sharp and I could control it with my wireless mouse. Anything on my laptop or multiple pocket drives and USB drives worked. There is nothing to be picked up by a neighbor. I can also do the same with my phone. Soon I will hook my telescope to my laptop and control it on screen with the mouse and observe in comfort and with a cool beverage. I can move the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter to a projector and broadcast the sky to a 100+ in. screen for campground presentations and free camping. Movies can also be shown. Not bad for $24.00.
I’m going to plug in a Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter into my RV’s TV. With it you can share what’s on your tablet, laptop, or smartphone on an HDTV. You can stream movies, view personal photos, or display a presentation on a big screen – all wirelessly. It uses Miracast technology, so you’re not limited to certain apps or content streaming; you can display everything from your device. Just plug the USB and HDMI from the Wireless Display Adapter into your HDTV or monitor, connect, then mirror or extend your screen and enjoy. System Requirements Computer/Operating System: All Miracast enabled Windows 8.1 tablets/laptops/phones and Android devices with 4.2.1 and later. Internet access not required for use. According to some its the best way to broadcast from your device to your HDTV. If your computer plays it should stream to your TV. It will works with windows 10. As soon as I can get in my camper and not walk through snow I will be testing it.