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Old 01-24-2007, 07:36 AM   #1
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Lyle or John or any Apex owner.How long can you dry camp befor your battery's drop to 12 volt or lower?On my o3 I could go about 24 to 30 hrs and used less then 1 gal. of water a year.On our 06 Apex we go about 6 or 7 hrs befor battery' are dead and use about 1 gal. of water a month.The only thing on was the res. fridg.We had the same fridg. in the 03
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Lyle or John or any Apex owner.How long can you dry camp befor your battery's drop to 12 volt or lower?On my o3 I could go about 24 to 30 hrs and used less then 1 gal. of water a year.On our 06 Apex we go about 6 or 7 hrs befor battery' are dead and use about 1 gal. of water a month.The only thing on was the res. fridg.We had the same fridg. in the 03
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Old 01-24-2007, 02:51 PM   #3
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Bob since we have had the Apex we have been able to go 10-12 hours with a drop to 11.8. The last month we too had to add 1 gallon of water, prior to that it was less. We have been in the coach full time since Nov.1st. Our first dry camp more than 1 day was this last week at DRR. We averaged generator use of 4-5 hours per day.

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Bob,
we dont have an Apex, but do have the residential refrigerator. Dry camping at DRR we got about 12 hours between charges and about 4-5 hours per day of generator usage... about the same as Cathy and Lyle got
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