Yes, and those 'crazy, out there ideas' aren't limited to people who's education should expect them to know better. I worked with an ENT doc in the mid 90's who whispered under her OR mask that HIV was being transmitted by mosquitos but the govt was covering it up. (?!?) This woman was very diligent and brilliant in specialty, but swayed by those with an agenda. Obviously, if this were true, EVERYONE would be HIV positive, and we know that just isn't the case. Another doc I was working with in the mid 80's got a needle stick on an HIV pos patient during surgery. He grabbed the electrocautery and burned the beJesus out of his finger, before we knew what he was doing (Vietnam vet surgeon).
The confusion about what is 'right' and what is 'wrong' today isn't anything new.
I've tried to find information on how to reset the line circuit breaker on the title genset specifically, short of taking it to Cummins locally, I have found nothing. Anyone that may have the same genset model and has had to reset the curcuit breaker, I would appreciate if you could share the information. Thank You
MAD Promaster 2500 Class B Legend
It looks like this compressor powered unit is rated to draw almost ten amps, which isn't trivial especially when pulled continuously. Many cigarette style plugs in trailers are rated for 3 - 5 amps. They are sized for things like phone chargers and other low-draw items.
When I had a small inverter in my last trailer I wired in a special, heavy duty 12 volt plug with much heavier wire connected directly to the battery to handle the load.
I would suggest that you consider a more direct, heavier gauge connection from your batteries to the cooler.
Paul my friend,
Hope the sale goes well also and hope the vertigo improves. You are still always welcome to the ECR with or without a rig. In fact you’re a part of it. You can’t forsake seeing us ugly guys at least periodically.