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Old 09-22-2022, 10:18 AM   #1
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RV Electrics 101

Hi Folks, for those of you who know a little bit about RV electrics, but want to know a little more, here is a good site. Many of you may not need this, but for an old Marine Grunt, it clarified a few things for me.
https://www.nirvc.com/blog/rv-electr...rical-systems/
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Hi Folks, for those of you who know a little bit about RV electrics, but want to know a little more, here is a good site. Many of you may not need this, but for an old Marine Grunt, it clarified a few things for me.
https://www.nirvc.com/blog/rv-electr...rical-systems/
Thanks for posting the link to this info. We've had our Class B RV for 3+ years, have learned a fair amount but there is always a lot more to learn.
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That is a good primer for beginners. The advance course is The 12V side of life.


As to learning, every time I sign in to an RVing forum I begin reading and learn something new, and I've been at this a while.
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That is a good primer for beginners. The advance course is The 12V side of life.

As to learning, every time I sign in to an RVing forum I begin reading and learn something new, and I've been at this a while.
Thanks for the 12V side of life link. I'll bookmark it as well and read it as time permits.
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