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Old 02-27-2015, 11:48 AM   #1
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Class A owner just called me from MO. they started (Live) in NM. They are parked at their Sons house in MO. VERY COLD,they didn't want to run the Gen. (Neighbors) so this AM NO Heat,alarms going off! They are parked too close to be able to Open the Bay Doors,Engine will not start,(House & Engine Batt Dead! Cant tow,Hyd.levelers deployed down, Gen will not start(Dead Batt)! He has (AAA) and Good Sam,will see how this Plays Out? Youroo!!
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Youroo......

Is this Class A owner new or experienced with this rig of theirs?

I'm guessing you are saying they didn't want to run the generator because of the noise...........understandable. They are parked too close to whatever to open some bay doors....that's precision parking. Not sure why, if they were at their son's place, why they didn't run a cord (even 110V) to their rig. This would have provided enough power for an electric heater, or trickle charge the house batteries when they could have run the furnace for heat. I don't understand why the engine battery would be dead. It should not have run down over one night, unless the ignition was left on.

There's a lot more here to know why so many things have happened.
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Old 02-27-2015, 09:26 PM   #5
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Youroo......

Is this Class A owner new or experienced with this rig of theirs?

I'm guessing you are saying they didn't want to run the generator because of the noise...........understandable. They are parked too close to whatever to open some bay doors....that's precision parking. Not sure why, if they were at their son's place, why they didn't run a cord (even 110V) to their rig. This would have provided enough power for an electric heater, or trickle charge the house batteries when they could have run the furnace for heat. I don't understand why the engine battery would be dead. It should not have run down over one night, unless the ignition was left on.

There's a lot more here to know why so many things have happened.
If you knew these people,anything will NOT surprise you! Youroo!!
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Old 02-27-2015, 10:14 PM   #6
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Well, I happen to know a good crane company in MO... They have a shiny new GMK6350!
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Old 02-28-2015, 07:08 AM   #7
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The son and neighbor (Removed sections of Fence) bay doors to House batt now open! Jumped batts. (From neighbors drive)! They also started the Engine and Generator! On the Road Again! Youroo!!
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