what a waste of money

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  1. chrisgreen

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    after spending a huuuuuuuuug amount of money and time fitting 600watt p/v solar panals to my motorhome, goes out side today and getting 8amps
    after taking advice from the expert's on here iv just wasted a small fortune.
    so today i will be removing them and consign them to the bin.:Angry:
    but i might go:reel:instead:thumb:
     
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    Dont throw them away,,,,,, there must be an answer.....

    Better send them to me.... I could use an extra 8 amp
     
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    You have caught me hook, line and sinker...

    I will charge you a good low price to empty your bin this week...:ROFLMAO:

    JJ :Cool:

    PS. I have 1,500 watts of solar panels delivering 6 amps to my 20 batteries... do you think my controller is under performing?:Sad:
     
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    what conTROLLer???:Blush:
     
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    If you stopped using things like your heated hair rollers and foot spa this power might be well enough:whistle:
     
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    yer but i must look my best at all times:thumb::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Most sites now have ehu ... :Doh:

    so only freeloaders need big, heavy, expensive, under-performing sheets of plated glass on the roof..

    them in the know have a 12v x 70A, quiet, light, fuel sipping genny :winky:
     
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    and those like me have noisy, smelly, petrol guzzerling, 12v genny's:ROFLMAO:
     
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    Mo tells me you could do with 240 volt up your ??? ShiftZZ :ROFLMAO:
     
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    Brave Boy,,,,,
     
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    You forgot the boyish good looks :Eeek:
     
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    What make quiet fuel sipping genny would you recomend ?

    Rob
     
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    No No No !!!! not another kipor vs honda fight ?

    anyway, i'd recommend a 230v genny....havent seen a 12v genny except the 230v ones with a 12v/10a tap off.
     
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    that was very much tongue in cheek..

    but have a word with Chris, the OP.. he has one in the R&D stage .. 12v x 70 A .. runs on fresh air and can be carried easily by swmbo :roflmto:
     
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