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RE: Thickness of side wall near shore water supply inlet

Great idea with paper clip! Thanks
psalm10720 03/30/19 08:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Solar Supplement Recommendations

That’s what I do. Just looking to supplement with solar when I’m home
psalm10720 03/30/19 08:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Solar Supplement Recommendations

The reason for the solar panels is to bring in enough electricity in Clearwater FL area to allow refrigerator on LP mode to operate if I’m not attached to shore power for a while and don’t run the generator. They are Trojan brand batteries. I’m an over the road truck driver who’s gone for four weeks and in for one.
psalm10720 03/30/19 08:01am Class A Motorhomes
Thickness of side wall near shore water supply inlet

I have an 93 Brave 27RC and a friend built a 6” ring with screw nuts so I can easily change out the shore water supply inlet. I am going to glue the ring to the coach but would like to secure it with 4 pop rivets. Looking for the thickness of the outside wall at that location to get the right length pop rivets.
psalm10720 03/30/19 07:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Solar Supplement Recommendations

I have two Trojan brand 12 volt shore batteries. It didn't seem correct when the Norcold person told me it was a 50/50 shot to get it to work. I am not talking a lot of time off the grid. I am trying to supplement for some times making sure the Refrigerator can run off solar for some time. I more than likely hook up to RV park electricity....
psalm10720 02/20/19 08:11pm Class A Motorhomes
Solar Supplement Recommendations

I had a new Norcold Refridgerator (2 way) installed which works great. The RV is parked most of the month and I live in the Clearwater Florida area. I have really good quality shore batteries and mostly use the RV at an RV campground in the area when I am home. The Norcold model NA7LX draws .93 amps and 11 watts when on LP mode. So when I come in even though the shore batteries are in ok shape the Refridge starts to indicate a low voltage condition after a short while. My question is would a basic solar panel system produce enough juice to provide adequate amps and watts to power the Refrigerator on LP mode? I called Norcold and they said the chance was 50/50 of it working. It seems like such a low requirement to provide enough electricity from a 100 watt solar system but maybe I'm thinking wrong.... Thanks.
psalm10720 02/20/19 06:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Throttle Body Confusion

Yes it is a throttle body. I am a neophyte when it comes to some issues. It looks like a carb but it is a throttle body. When funds allow I will have it rebuilt. I apologize for the confusion but it looks like a carb to me and that's what a shop referred to it as. The good news is the work they did other than changing or rebuilding the throttle body has made the engine run smoother and not falter on acceleration. I only drive it short distances each month from Parking spot to RV Park and back again. Thanks again for all the feedback...
psalm10720 02/20/19 05:59pm Class A Motorhomes
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