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Old 03-07-2016, 07:34 AM   #43
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I don't run my geny that much. Why ruin the quiet out there with a generator running??
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I don't run my geny that much. Why ruin the quiet out there with a generator running??

Uhh... To have A/C ( both types).
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Old 03-07-2016, 10:47 AM   #45
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How will it attach if your coach has no ladder?
Hi poppy bill....

When I did the initial "install" of my Gen-turi... I noticed the attachment pieces were meant to be glued on... I DID NOT like the idea of "gluing" anything to the exterior walls of my RV...

I decided to purchase one of these: Lever Activated Single Suction Cup | Tool Aid

Its much better than what they gave and it's far more supportive..

Hope that helps !!

To mel s...

All I can say is... I cannot control the wind.. I have used my generator without the Gen-turi a few times and nothing went wrong.. but I also used it a few times, and after the wind kicked-up, my CO alarms were going off like crazy... So, while you have been fortunate enough not to need one.. I feel fortunate to have one.. for my protection and the neighbors around me..

Good luck to all, whatever your decision is !!
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