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RE: Old Air Compressors-Safety Hazards-Heads Up

OH wow. I have one from 1994 that leaks air due to rust. Going to stop using it now. Wow, did not know this could happen.
rwynkoop 07/14/21 08:27pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: High Altitude AC use causing Onan generator to die

I can second the easy start option. My 13,000 BTU AC can now be started with my 3000 watt generator when in ECO mode. In the past I had to run in normal mode. If your generator is having problem handling the load, easy start may be the way to go. Even though it is expensive it works well. MicroAir Easy Start - for about $330.00 Also, check this video of someone who also had a problem with their generator shutting down, even after a few ONAN techs worked on it. Nomadic Fanatic - Fixed my generator - YouTube. Robert Wynkoop
rwynkoop 06/24/21 07:46am Tech Issues
RE: water heater issue

Sound like it is working now to me.
rwynkoop 03/09/21 09:17pm Tech Issues
RE: Battery life, fridge only

I have been skipping this step the last few years. Just load the fridge with cold food same as you would a cooler. By the time anything would get too warm the fridge is cooling it back down. But turning on the fridge announces it's only a few days until we can leave! Who could skip that? I agree, I'm always excited to go turn the gas on and start the fridge.
rwynkoop 12/30/20 09:10pm Travel Trailers
RE: house battery leaking

Could it be the "Leaking" battery is bad, boiling water out of it? When I have had one battery fail(From a set I bought together), the bad battery acid bubbled. I believe this happens when one or more cells fails.
rwynkoop 12/30/20 08:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: A three cylinder Bronco.....a THREE cylinder Bronco???

I liked my Geo Metro with the 1.0 3 banger. Cruise control with skiies on top was to just keep the peddle on the floor for maybe 70/75 mph. Solid 50 mpg no matter how you drove it. 240,000 mostly trouble free miles. Had the same car also. I'm always unsure if I remember correctly the gas mileage. 60mpg in 1993, wow, today you can't even do that with a Hybrid.
rwynkoop 12/02/20 01:21pm Dinghy Towing
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