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Re: Camper Electrical by basil
Post New Message It depends on what you are plugging in and for how long. I run mine off the auxilery battery. It has a low-voltage warning that lets me know if the battery is running low. Then I just start the van and re-charge the battery. It's either this, or purchase 12 volt equpiment.
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