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RE: Accidentally plugged into 220v

I think the confusion here comes from the fact that no one read the box for the outlet and saw it is only approved for 120 volt use. Both the box and the outlet itself should be marked to show that it's only to be connected to 120 volts. Had anyone looked at that then there's no way anyone would connect a double pole breaker to it. Also you should have failed inspection if you had one because you had a 120 volt outlet wired to a double pole breaker.
Neil Citro 08/27/19 07:22pm Tech Issues
RE: Charging cable????

They make battery chargers where the cables unhook and stay with the battery. I have one on my ATV, makes it easy to hook up when I park it for a while. This is just a random link, but I would think anything similar: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VFFBRNP/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_tglyDbEV82KFA
Neil Citro 08/23/19 09:40pm Tech Issues
RE: Verizon mifi issue. Verizon of no help.

If you are on a prepaid plan, they are subject to deprioritization. This means that all the other Verizon customers in the area go ahead of you. That said I would think it should work, just be extremely slow. When you say it "Does not work" what does that mean? Are you failing to connect, does the display (or status page) show now service, or are you just not getting any internet? Try a speed test when it is "not working" and see if you get anything at all. If so that would suggest everything is working, you are just depriortized. If your phones are Verizon post paid and working correctly, that would rule out any kind of tower issue and again lean towards depriortization being the issue.
Neil Citro 08/21/19 07:27am Technology Corner
RE: 2018 TT has been deemed Total Loss by insurance company

Not sure what you are doing at the house but assuming 2 - 20gal showers and 20 gal for dishes and minor other uses per day...that works out to around 900gal per month in the RV. I think your calculator is messed up, 60 gallons * 30 days = 1,800, not 900. There are 4 of us, 2 adults, and 2 teens. So that would be 4 showers a day on a normal day. However, there is a lake and 2 pools here, so there are times when we take more than 1 shower each per day. We also often times have visitors who also take showers. Also, with a 100 gallons total waste tanks (probably a high estimate with only 40gal fresh water), your 6,000gal assumption would have you going out to drain the waste tanks twice a day anyway (more often if most is going into a one waste tank). Of course if you leave your waste valves open, you wouldn't fill the waste tanks in any case. We have 4 waste tanks, 2 black and 2 grey. The grey tanks are always open. They are opened the day we arrive and closed the day we leave. The main black tank is emptied every 6 days or so. The secondary black tank is drained every few weeks. My 5,000 - 6,000 gallon per month assumption may be a little on the high side, but not by much. -Michael Regardless the OP started he does not have full hookup and uses the dump station when he leaves, so he's obviously got way less usage than that.
Neil Citro 06/20/19 06:52am General RVing Issues
RE: 2018 TT has been deemed Total Loss by insurance company

“We had a city water hook up and it ran for hours while we slept.” EXACTLY why I use the fresh water tank, using city water ONLY to refill the tank. Not sure how this would have helped. If the OP couldn't hear the water running, chances are they would not have heard the water pump either. The difference between a finite amount of water and unlimited. The fresh tank is usually the same size as the grey, so it would have just filled the grey tank and then worst case burnt up the pump.
Neil Citro 06/18/19 06:55am General RVing Issues
RE: 2018 TT has been deemed Total Loss by insurance company

I’d recommend filling the fresh tank and running off the pump even when you have city water available. That should prevent this situation.
Neil Citro 06/17/19 09:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: Inverter Generator

That Champion isn’t dual fuel. Neither is the remote start one. If you’re looking to run it off of propane Champion does make one similar to the Firman, I’m trying to decide between them as well. The benefit of not having to haul gas, or clean a carb is appealing to me.
Neil Citro 03/30/19 10:23pm Fifth-Wheels
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