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Old 08-20-2015, 08:13 AM   #11
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Oldgold - I don't have an exact number since it runs off my fuel station tank, but based on the gauge I'd say it took about 6 gallons to run it for 12/14 hours a day.

I took an external generator too, and ran the A/C on that during the night to 1) give the Onan a break and 2) so I didn't have to listen to the Onan which is right below my bed. That one ran for about 10 hours at a time on a 4 gallon tank.

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Old 08-20-2015, 11:31 AM   #12
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That's actually what I needed to know. Thanks! I was going to take one of my Honda 2000s as well and swap over for the same reason. I'm thinking a single 2000 could take over the HVAC if I keep it from cycling on and off.

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