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    • I added a 35 watt solar panel to keep the truck batteries charged.  We boon dock a lot.
    • Great Ideas and pictures All I still haven't decided what I will go with , I am working on other things now for a trip coming up in 2 weeks, but will do this project in the spring when I get a nice block of time, The sofa looks Great !!! what was the source for it , if you remember Fire Guy, Thanks,     Mike M.
    • You're welcome, thanks for the feedback. Indeed any faulty or excess nuisance tripping GFCI should be replaced and consider purchasing a higher quality spec grade from an electric supply house versus a cheap Big Box Store. Indeed an electric fireplace and a Converter/Charger cycling, especially if batteries were low, might have exceeded the time and current threshold of a Thermal Magnetic Circuit Breaker causing it to trip (as it should). A battery short or a dead cell or other problems (even extreme low SOC) might cause a Converter/Charger to draw fairly high current based on its design and rating. Many shops will perform a Load and other battery checks for free, sounds like a good plan. Best wishes John T
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