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Old 07-10-2016, 11:04 AM   #1
Join Date: Jun 2016
Location: Strathcona County, Alberta
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First Trip Dry in Banff

Spent our second trip with our Vnose in Banff with no hookups. With two brand new 6 Volt batteries we had plenty of juice left over even after five nights. According to our panel indicator we had 75% remaining. Must say I was surprised as we didn't go out of our way to conserve energy. With stereo running, awning going in and out, furnace coming on at night (10 degrees celsius at night), water pump and lights; I expected we would need our generator fired up but it stayed in the back of our truck. Filled up our water tank when we arrived and ran out of fresh water last morning. Only one set of showers in trailer our last morning, The rest was used for washing dishes and washing hands, plus simple flushes on the porcelain dometic. As fresh and grey tanks are same size in our unit the fresh showed empty as the grey showed full. Attached a large level to the battery boxes on front as it is the only non angled surface. Went on the roof to remove Max Vent covers and clean. Wasn't successful though. Cotter pins pulled out easy enough but couldn't lift cover off due to it being stuck to the sealant around lower vent. Max Vents covers must have been put on right after sealant. Any ideas on getting these off without breaking covers?
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