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Old 12-05-2019, 06:01 AM   #21
mazboy
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so many battery options. From what you are asking you don't need any solar anything.



from what you are saying just 2-12 volt batteries or 6-6 volt batteries will work.


I'd add that if you use your furance this is another matter.
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Old 12-05-2019, 07:06 AM   #22
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The following is only for occasional overnight use.
We still have the original dealer provided marine style deep cycle battery and a residential fridge. We only "boonedock" when needed and that means late arrival and early departure at Wally's or Crackerbarrel. We don't use the TV as we don't extend the slides. At warm or moderate tamps we make it overnight without issues. The truck will recharge the battery the next day. If the furnace is needed I do have a generator I can run as the battery won't do it.
Again the key phrase is "occasional overnight"
ps. the dealer has said it probably should have had two batteries.
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