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Old 05-13-2019, 02:09 PM   #183
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We bought a 2016 1706FB and are very new at this! We’ve taken her out a couple of times and have screwed up a few things but learning
Soon we are taking her way up north and will be in a campground that just has 15 amp hookup. Just wondering what 15 amps will run in the unit. There won’t be water hookup so is there a way to refill the water tank without having to hitch it up and move the trailer?
Also we have some small stains on the light coloured wood next to the stovetop- is there a way to remove and then prevent these?
We are getting some rust spots in both the bathroom and kitchen sinks - why? We make certain that we clean and dry them well.
One more - when we wake up in the morning all the windows are very wet - any suggestions on ways to lessen this condensation?
Thank you!!!
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We have been in campsites with 15A in our 1706FB and were able to run all appliances, just don't run them simultaneously. The big current draws are from the A/C, water heater and microwave, we just made sure we had only one of those on at a time. If the campsite has a low voltage I would not vouch for the A/C however.
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Old 05-13-2019, 06:10 PM   #184
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I have been in campgrounds which were suppose to be 30 amp power hookups and still have simultaneous use of the A/C and microwave cause the circuit breaker to pop. So when possible do not use the two appliances at the same time.


As to filling your fresh water tank, your trailer has both a gravity feed and also a CIty water connections, the City water has the threaded connection but the gravity feed allows you to pour water directly into the fresh water tank using a funnel or something similar and a water jug or other container.
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