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Old 10-16-2016, 08:09 PM   #15
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My three friends and I are happy with our 3500 champion generators which are going on fours now. One buddy uses it at deer lease all winter long. They run anything in the camper including our 15000 btu ac while running 12 hrs on 3.8 gallons of gas.
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Sorry to disagree, but you CAN (and I do) run one air conditioner with ONE Honda EU2000. I learned how to do it on this forum and it is a whole lot cheaper and less messing around than with two. Go to:

What size Air Conditioners do I have?
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We chose the champion 3500w model #100262.

We shackle it to the landing leg and dont have to leave the rv to start/stop it. It has wireless remote control.
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