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Old 07-03-2005, 06:29 PM   #29
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Hey we a few years back in nam we called that burning -----. but we used a half drum and some diesel .except for the smoke and smell it worked fine . Skipper entry level over fifty years. Hope you do not blow a fuze on that half barrel supper cooker.
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Thank you for your comments from a campground owner. We are really glad there are more of you out there that are considerate of such things - besides - it is unsanitary. Don't you just wonder what people like that are thinking - if they are thinking when they dump. Thank you to all the considerate campers who have made campground ownership pleasant.
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Old 07-12-2005, 08:57 PM   #31
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....the Incinolet uses 15 amps....or 1200 watts.....not a fuse blower at all.....generator is 100 amps..can run everything electrical all at once full blast and have 33 amps left over....heat and a/c at the same time....just thought it be a good test for the systems......geofkaye
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