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Old 08-11-2015, 09:21 PM   #29
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Ok, so someone said no one ever starts a thread saying they went on a 2000 mile trip with no problems.
And if they did no one would reply.
So we did just finish a 3 week trip, over 2000 miles with no issues in our 01 monaco windsor.
(Ok, except when I tried to run both ac's on 30 amp. It didn't work).

We went down the WA, Ore and Cali coast, back up across to Crater Lake, then over to Boise. We stayed there a week and came back home.

Hope all your journeys and issue free!
Funny how that works. We've done over 9K without problems and then issues with the next 3 weekend trips in a row.
As for your ac's, they should both run on the genset if it's at least a 5.5 and for shore power, split the rear ac feed with a plug and receptacle so that you can plug it into a separate outlet on the pedestal.

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We just finished a 3 week 3500 mile east coast trip in our new to us RV. No problems - great trip

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