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RE: Using a c-pap in a TC Inverter numbers W/Humidifier.

Thank you @jaycocreek for that detailed information. It confirms what I have known for almost twelve years using my CPAP w/Humidifer powered by a pure sine wave inverter in either 5th Wheels or our current truck camper. I can go for at least four days without a recharge on my dedicated CPAP batteries and almost unlimited time with a daily two hour recharge from the Honda EU2000i.
ICamel 09/15/20 11:45am Truck Campers
RE: Adjustable LP reg

Most are adjustable, but they don't want you to know that so the adjustment screw is hidden under the stick on knob cover.[email protected]/50256495747/in/dateposted-family/
ICamel 08/22/20 02:52pm Tech Issues
RE: What is your best Potato Salad recipe

Diced Potatoes: Add 1 cup of water to the bottom of the InstaPot and add colander with the diced potatoes on top of the water(season potatoes if desired). Close the lid and set to manual for 4 minutes. Once time completes release pressure manually. Potato Salad: 5 medium red skin potatoes diced into small cubes 1/4 cup sour cream 3 tablespoons Ranch Dressing 2 tablespoon each yellow mustard and Dijon mustard 2 teaspoon celery salt 2 tablespoons chopped dill weed salt, pepper, seasoned salt, onion salt to taste diced sweet onion(3 medium slices) diced medium dill pickle(from 2 whole) Cook diced potatoes in InstaPot per above directions. Let potatoes cool on countertop and then in refrigerator for 3 hours. Mix sour cream, ranch dressing, mustards, seasonings in a bowl. Spread dill weed over potatoes and mix thoroughly. Add diced onion & pickle. Mix sour cream sauce in with potatoes adding seasonings to taste. Refrigerate overnight in covered container.
ICamel 08/13/20 12:57pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Website issues

When I get the "service not available" notice I just move on to my next destination in web browsing. When they get a sufficient drop in the number of "hits" the problem will become elevated to a point that the owners will want it fixed.
ICamel 05/17/20 12:41pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Electronic Device Addiction

Several years ago my wife and I were having lunch at a local family style dining place. Near our table was a young man and a girl(5-6 years old) and I presumed to be father and daughter. I watched as the man sat with his entire attention to a "smart" phone. I never saw any conversation between the two. My heart was breaking for the little girl who sat there looking at the man.
ICamel 01/29/20 04:46pm Around the Campfire
RE: Between Portland and The Dallas

"Dalles". Dallas is in Texas ;)I hope that's a typo..they're from the pnw. We also have a Dallas in Oregon, it is south of Salem. Dallas, Oregon is slightly south of Salem, but mostly west of it. FWIW I understood which city in Oregon the OP was referencing.
ICamel 11/12/19 01:54pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Wave 6 heater

It might be better............but I do know this. There are two CO detector's in my camper. One in the sleeper and another in the kitchen area(closest to the Wave6). The Wave6 his never registered anything on the digital readout. The digital readout works as the oven has given off a considerable amount of CO if not vented properly. Hi, ........Would it not be better to have a window and a vent opened? That may create a chimney effect to better remove the combustion products from the RV........ Are you opening up too much ventilation? Manufacturer recommends 24 square inches. Two 18" tall windows opened 3/4" is all you need. Hi Don(pianotuna).........I'm still alive!
ICamel 10/08/19 12:11am General RVing Issues
RE: Wave 6 heater

Bought a new Olympian Wave 6 heater for my 9.5 ft S&S Camper. It isn’t doing very well at all. It was about 45 outside and was 48 in the camper. It took 4 hours to bring the camper temp to 68 on the high setting. This is the second time I have experimented with the heater. Took about the same amount of time when I did it before. Once it hit 68 inside I turned it to medium. It would stay at 68 but not get any warmer. In my latest 3rd test I had the wave 6 on high for 2 days. The temp got down to 30 last night and it was 55 in the camper this morning. I am/was planning to use this to heat my camper this winter……..BUT……I’m thing if it’s doing such a poor job when the temps are in the 30's & 40’s whats going to happen when it gets down to zero? I am at a low elevation, about 400 ft. I am trying to figure out if it’s a bad heater, maybe I am doing something wrong, or it’s just the way they work??? Any ideas would be appreciated. Something is wrong with either your Wave6 or the insulation of your camper. I also use a Wave6 for comfort heating in a 9.5' Arctic Fox Camper. Last week when the overnight temps were in the mid 40's to upper 30's the camper stayed around 72F, at an elevation of 4,500'. Last November I camped at 5,200' where the daytime temperature never got above 41F and the nightime as low as 21F while the inside temp was very comfortable in the upper 60's. And FWIW I usually turn the temperature setting to low after the 10 minute High Temp warm up. Are you opening up too much ventilation? Manufacturer recommends 24 square inches. Two 18" tall windows opened 3/4" is all you need. Hi Don(pianotuna).........I'm still alive!
ICamel 10/07/19 02:51pm General RVing Issues
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