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Old 07-01-2020, 11:04 AM   #21
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My Bambi 19 lessons

I have full timed in my 01 Bambi 19 for over 2 years in central Texas. I have a paired Honda EU2000 and EU2200 companion that will run for ~ 9 to 10 hours in Eco mode on topped off tanks. Even when over 100 degrees out I never need to set AC beyond low fan and #6 temp to keep it nice and chilly inside. Usually I turn it down to 4 or 5 at sunset. Initially I used the EU2000 solo but it started to overload if I waited until it was hot out to turn on the AC. Also refueling every 3 or 4 hours sucked especially at night. I keep a log with start and run times and always change oil (Mobil 1) at 100 hours. I've been very happy with the set up.
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Old 07-01-2020, 11:40 AM   #22
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I'm sorry, I'm too lazy to read all that to see if it has been asked already.

Are you plugged into a 30 amp outlet on the generator or a 15/20 amp outlet? You using your 30 amp RV cord or a household extension cord?

You can start the AC on a 20 amp non GFIc circuit but nothing else. Especially not the microwave. And also the GFI outlets on the generator won't work like a GFIC if there isn't a ground connection.
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Old 07-01-2020, 07:13 PM   #23
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Sorry about problems. Your generator has plenty of juice to run AC. I do agree sound like short in AC, possibly in switch in blower controls. My Coleman Mach 3 Power Saver 13,500 starts up and works well with my 2000 Honda Companion with 30 amp plug and 20amp breaker. Hope just a simple fix. Be Safe. Mitch
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