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Old 05-07-2016, 06:45 AM   #43
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The automatic coffee maker and the battery operated A/C share the same problem. The basic physics of storing energy. We can do it a lot better now but it would still cost way too much and be too large to be practical for most of us. The rest have 6 batteries, an inverter and a DP to haul it. ;-)

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Old 05-08-2016, 08:45 AM   #44
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Yes, you are right, I need my morning cup of coffee.

My eyes are still half closed, ears are ringing, joints ache, back is sore and feet are swollen and you folks expect me to find the inverter switch???? I don't think so.... I'd get the wife up to do it but she isn't much better in the mornings than I am and it ruins her disposition when I wake her up at 4AM when I get up! I've learned over the years to "let sleeping dogs lie" until they feel like getting up.

I like all my fingers......

Coffeemaker plugged, grounds in, water filled and all ready for the next morning. Dog pushes the button when he gets up and fresh coffee when I roll out of the sack..... Uh oh, problem.......

I just can't seem to teach the dog to turn on the inverter first. Besides the switch is to high!

You, know they have 12 Air Conditioning over in China and Japan! Just think, we could take over the world commerce with a 12 volt Mr. Rvoffee!!!!

And then there is the 12 v hair dryer that really works!

go USA!!!!

May your black water hose never break!
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