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Old 12-17-2016, 12:08 AM   #15
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I don't consider using any of the many automatic features in, (and on). my coach "tempting failure".
If you want to keep your rig plugged in and then run the generator, that's fine. Being from the electronics field, there is always a chance of failure of components. I don't want to chance that with my coach. Go for it.
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If you want to keep your rig plugged in and then run the generator, that's fine. Being from the electronics field, there is always a chance of failure of components. I don't want to chance that with my coach. Go for it.
I agree
(Very few things in/on a coach will fail if they're never used).
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This shouldn't be an issue. I start mine while on shore power all the time.
So do I.
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