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Old 07-20-2016, 10:14 AM   #8401
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Added a dehumidifier!!

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Added Green Mountain Grill davy crockett to camper set up.
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Old 07-20-2016, 10:59 AM   #8403
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Is that to be used while camping or just for when it is storage between trips?
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Old 07-20-2016, 05:37 PM   #8404
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Jhochst, I have a DC and love it.
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Old 07-20-2016, 05:57 PM   #8405
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Got a few things done today.

Added a FanTastic Vent to the roof over the bathroom vent.

My LED light came for the porch light, swapped out the incandescent bulb, now all lights are LED.

I also noted the battery cutoff switch was loose. The dealer put it on with only two screws, the housing had 4 holes. One was tight, one looked like it broke off when they tightened it. When they installed it it was not level either, so I moved it 1/2" up and centered it drilled 4 new holes and secured it the way it was supposed to be in the first place.

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Sunday, I added a cat-back exhaust system to the TV and have a K&N air intake coming for Friday.
Not to start an argument... The washable K&N filters let in dirt. OK you wont believe me. Run it 5-10K and wipe you hand inside the tube you will find dirt in the bends. I would have bet against it till I checked my last truck. I would not use it if they were free. Also you can call them if you doubt it.
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Not to start an argument... The washable K&N filters let in dirt. OK you wont believe me. Run it 5-10K and wipe you hand inside the tube you will find dirt in the bends. I would have bet against it till I checked my last truck. I would not use it if they were free. Also you can call them if you doubt it.
Have run them on all my vehicles since 1978 and never had a problem. 78 Chevy truck, 81 El Camino, 83 Pontiac GP, 98 Pontiac GP, 95 Silverado, 2000 Silverado, 2003 DeVille, 2005 Silverado, 96 DeVille (TOWTA's old junker). If you clean them and re-oil them like the instructions, they work great, no dirt or dust downstream. Also ran them on fuel injected sprint car. Looking for one for my 2016 Cub Cadet.
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Old 07-20-2016, 07:58 PM   #8407
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Taking off Thursday for 4 days, going to use it hard.



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Old 07-20-2016, 08:38 PM   #8408
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Is that to be used while camping or just for when it is storage between trips?

We're camping, and it's been on steady, since we got it.
I would have thought, two ac units would pull more moisture out of the air...


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We're camping, and it's been on steady, since we got it.
I would have thought, two ac units would pull more moisture out of the air...

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First its because of how air conditioners work. They work off temperature only. Too much air conditioning can cool off but not dry off enough. You might get it dryer running only one if you can. It will run longer and pull more moisture out of the air than 2 running less of the time. It's a balancing act.

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It's because of how "leaky" RVs are. So many small holes to let the outside air in. And the door. Open the door for enough time to go in or out and that is a ton of air. In a house the air mass that comes in via an open door is a very small fraction of total air mass of the house. In an RV an open door to go in or out can dilute a sizeable amount of the air. And if that's not enough problems add the low insulation value in the walls and roof of an RV and it's a wonder we can cool 'em down, or dry them off at all.
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The dehumidifier made all the difference in cooling for us.

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