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Old 04-13-2015, 10:56 AM   #29
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if my absorption fridge is out, i will place a samsung at the spot, then propane does not do anything else except hot water. i haven't thought it over how to do the hot water thing, if there is a way around (shower can be a tankless, but what about the hot water in faucet?), the propane tank will be gone. at that time, mine would be "all electric".
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I don't have an all electric yet but am looking at them. I believes if you are hooked up to shore power your batteries stay charged. The only time the generator is needed is when you are not hooked up and boo rocking in which case you don't have to worry about quiet hours.
Well, SOB, that answer was right in front of me the whole time and duh, there it is. Gen isn't going to come on in the middle of a park at night because you HOOKED UP TO POWER!!

Seriously, I just didn't put that together.
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