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Old 10-31-2009, 07:05 PM   #15
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Dimensions does not make a pure sine inverter, per one of their reps. I have one now but will be changinig it out one of these days when I decide which brand I want. I had put a Xantrex ProSine 2.0 in my Adventurer but had so many problems with it will not buy another. The unit was actually replaced twice under warranty and again was not working when I sold the coach.

I've heard good things about the Magnum but know someone who had problems with one of those in a Coachman but believe it was mostly related to where the factory located it. It was actually inside the coach in a very small cabinet so believe it was overheating. Anyone else have advice on Magnums?
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we have been happy with our 12v queen size dual control mattress pad heater from backwoods solar online. we have had no problems in 2 1/2 years.
How does it fit? I just looked at them and the site shows the Queen dimensions as 60x60 for the warmer.
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How does it fit? I just looked at them and the site shows the Queen dimensions as 60x60 for the warmer.
the heated pad fits the bottom part of the mattress, not under where the pillows are. my pillows do not require heat. this works well for us.
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One possibility to add to others mentioned above is shore power connect/disconnection method.. Just a thought
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One possibility to add to others mentioned above is shore power connect/disconnection method.. Just a thought
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