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Old 05-15-2007, 05:56 AM   #1
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After 3 RV's and doing the RV thing for close to 30 years you'd think I've seen it all, or most of it, but......each of my RV's has always had a windshield cover, so I'd put the "Departure Date" tag under my windshield wiper so it could be seen. Never had a problem until last week at a N.C. campground when it rained a little, the tag was on orange paper and bled down the front of my class A. I'm still trying to buff it off! Live and learn. On the upside I was plesantly surprised to get 125 VAC at the post!
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After 3 RV's and doing the RV thing for close to 30 years you'd think I've seen it all, or most of it, but......each of my RV's has always had a windshield cover, so I'd put the "Departure Date" tag under my windshield wiper so it could be seen. Never had a problem until last week at a N.C. campground when it rained a little, the tag was on orange paper and bled down the front of my class A. I'm still trying to buff it off! Live and learn. On the upside I was plesantly surprised to get 125 VAC at the post!
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Sorry to hear about the stain - I hope it buffs out for you. My question is why you were surprised to get 125 VAC out of the Post? I use my meter before plugging in and almost 99% of the time get 120 to 125 VAC.

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Last year I had a series of posts about damage to my basement AC unit. Througout Virginia, Maryland, North and South Carolina and most of the coast there was low voltage, 100-105 which contributed to the failure. I got a Huges Transformer and installed it and so far haven't had to use it. I find most of the older campgrounds are lacking in upgrading their power grids.
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