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Old 02-03-2016, 05:39 AM   #15
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given the large number of different coaches, your best bet is to read the owners manual................or call the manufacturer...........my inverter serves to convert dc to ac, but also charges the engine and coach batteries when plugged into shore power........when sitting at the house, I leave my coach plugged in, keep the inverter on "charge", and check the battery water level every once in a while............one thing, when running down the road, I would not rely on the engine alternator generating enough juice to replenish the coach batteries if you try to operate the frig.......when running down the road, if I want the frig to run, I either use propane or run the generator.............or chill it down before you leave, and keep the frig doors closed.............
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Old 02-03-2016, 08:39 AM   #16
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Thanks for all the info guys. I do appreciate it.

I'm going out to the coach today and will get the manuals and read up on the inverter and how Thor recommends its usage.

Have found some really good information on this site so far. Thanks again
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Ahh. My ADD strikes again. Thanks.
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