I read Handy Bob's whole blog last night, and I rarely read that much in one clump or stay up that late.
I live off the grid, will put solar in the MH if I decide to fix it to drive. I have been having issues with my solar battery setup for the house, and his article led me to investigate a few things today. It seems my charging voltage is set too low, might be why I keep running out of power when I should have plenty. I will make the adjustment tonight after the sun sets and the panels aren't applying power to the charge controller. He confirms I did my wiring correctly as to size of wire, length of run, etc, and am glad to get that info.
I know his article is lengthy and technical, but he also gives explanations that can sure help somebody understand things better. I am lucky I can comprehend it and not get confused.
This site rocks !! I am thankful you folks share your knowledge and experience with others, and I am looking forward to when I am able to share what I know with others with problems.
If you can't fix it with a hammer, it must be an electrical problem.
1978 Executive 29' class A MH that might be worth fixing up to drive and use. Three four wheel drives, an off grid rock house, some chainsaws, and a screwball cat.