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RE: What is happening with our members?

I've seen it done a few years ago. MH at flying J, realized right after he started engine. Had to have 100+ gals of mix drained and then filled with diesel. Local Fire Dept got plenty of fuel for drip torches.
deltafiredog55s3 04/11/22 04:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: What is happening with our members?

People complaining about dumb questions must have forgotten that there are no dumb questions just dumb answers.
deltafiredog55s3 04/11/22 03:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: Do I need the ground lug to connect my new converter charger

In regards to BFL13, yes the battery disconnect should be on the positive conductor for just that reason so you don't have any 12 volt circuits energized.
deltafiredog55s3 01/26/22 03:28pm Tech Issues
RE: Do I need the ground lug to connect my new converter charger

According to NEC 551-4(c) bonding voltage converter enclosures, the noncurrent-carrying metal enclosure ... shall be bonded to the frame of the vehicle with a No. 8 AWG copper conductor minimum or equivalent. It further states the grounding conductor for the battery and the metal enclosure may be the same conductor. There are many other sections re: low voltage and battery grounds but the only low voltage items that can use the vehicle chassis as a ground return path are the vehicle's exterior lights ie: stop, turn, tail, markers. Any other low voltage circuits must return to the distribution panel's neg. bus.
deltafiredog55s3 01/26/22 03:24pm Tech Issues
RE: Mobile RV Repair

www.nrvta.org they certify and have locator to find techs.
deltafiredog55s3 01/25/22 06:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: Furrion Instant Hot Water in Cold Weather

My 5er has a Girard tankless water heater which has an adjustable temp control which allows water temps up to 131* and a built-in thermostat that starts the burner whenever the heat exchanger falls below 38* and heats to 58*. This works as this past Dec. we camped with overnite temps to 9* with no problems. Suggest the op's friend check his wh docs to see if his is so equipped.
deltafiredog55s3 01/25/22 06:15pm General RVing Issues
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