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2009 Rockwood Signature Ultra Lite 8296SS
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Year 2009
Make Rockwood
Model Signature Ultra Lite 8296SS
Length 29' 6''
2009 Rockwood Signature Ultra Lite 8296SS
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Old 09-26-2017, 08:45 AM   #2
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How to get 120 volts where camp ground doesn't have

I need to have 120 volts to run a cpap machine at night but the campground we are going to does not have electric. So here is my idea and please let me know if you think it will work or I am crazy. I have twin 12 volt batteries on trailer, I would disconnect one battery and leave the other battery connected to supply the 12 volt system in the camper. I would connect the stand alone battery to a 1000 watt inverter and connect the output of the inverter to the trailers AC input. I would recharge the batteries the next day when I can run the generator. Let me know if anyone thinks this will work
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