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Old 06-22-2009, 06:19 PM   #1
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How do I store my MH?

I just finished installing 50 amp service at my home here in Indiana. I have an 05 Journey 350 cat. Saving power is not my first priority, ensuring my coach runs well is. What should I leave on, IE should I set the a/c for 85 to keep it below 100 in the summer, should I leave the fridge turned on. What rate should I set the charger for the batteries> Thanks in advance.
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If you are not using ti, why waste the power to keep it cool. You should not have a humidity problem up where you are located.

Here in Houston area, I keep the trailer under a shed and run a humidifier to keep the humidity down. The only time we run the frig is when we are getting ready to go out. Otherwise the doors stand open and we wipe it down inside.

I would put on the Maxx Air covers and leave them open in the summer to keep the heat down a bit.

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Average Relative Humidity:Indianapolis Relative Humidity (Morning) 89%
Average Relative Humidity:Houston Relative Humidity (Morning) 90%Does the De-humidifer help down there?
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During the summer, it will pull a couple of gallons of water per day and it is a small unit.

I have it setting on the kitchen counter and draining to the sink. I keep the gray tank open and pipe the drain back into the woods since we are on acreage.

Problem with Houston is the RH is generally high year around and all day long. You have to look at more than the early morning data.

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