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Old 02-08-2002, 02:37 PM   #15
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Grayden,

Are those Honda 3000's as quiet as the built in model from generac?

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Old 02-12-2002, 10:36 AM   #16
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Hi Grayden, what model air conditioner do yo have.
I have a 2002 835 and the directions for the Briskair 13.5 BTU say 3500 watts minimum for mine. That would be great if a eu3000 would work.
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Old 06-13-2004, 03:30 PM   #17
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I have a Lance 920 slide-in camper. It has a 13.5 dometic AC. The camper is a 2003. I called some dealers and they stated that it should have a soft start kit. I do run it monthly using a standard house outlet and it starts with no problem. Is it safe to assume that it must have the soft start kit if 115 volt 20 amp connection starts it?

I like the Yamaha 3000iseb but it is far too heavy for my neads. I read that most people either use 2 honda 2000's or a 3000. Most Yamaha 2800 owners state it runs the AC with no problem. I have checked around and can't find a Yamaha 2800i close enough around me to test it out. I want a little more assurance that it would run the AC before I order one over the net. I realize that I would not be able to run the microwave and have the frig on propane inorder for a 2800 to start and run the AC but that is fine with me.

I also realize that the 2800i is a little louder than other choices but the weight and size is a overriding consideration. I plan on running it inside a horse trailer which should eliminate the noise issue.

In a nutshell, can I be 99% sure that the Yamaha 2800i will do the trick and start my AC? For those of you that own the Yamaha would you recommend the YG or EF model....From what I gather the YG has a beefed up frame but only a 1 year warranty vrs 2 yrs on the EF. I assume this is because they know that construction people put lots of wear and tear on the YG models.

Please don't turn this into a "which generator is best discussion" That has been done many times and I have read all the threads. I just need to know if the 2800 will work for me.
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Grayden,

Do you have any pictures of your generator installation. I'm interested in doing exactly what you've done, but I'm a bit worried about the generator wobbling on the end of the receiver.

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My 3000 will just fit between my two ATV's on the trailer. With the quads in place you can't lift out the gen set. But to keep folks honest I cable it through some i-bolts on the floor of the trailer. When not towing the quads I just put it inside the Lance until I get where I want to go. Then I unload it.
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