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The Fountain of Doom

Most RV’ers know about the dreaded Pyramid of Doom or you should! The Pyramid of Doom happens when you are hooked to a septic system and you leave the drain valves open on your holding tanks. Now, leaving the drain valve open on the gray tank is perfectly fine. It fills up quickest and it is much less effort if you just leave it open to run into the septic system. I usually close mine off a day or so before the black tank hits the full mark. That gives me some gray water to

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Is the Camco Gen-Turi Generator Exhaust Venting System Necessary?

The Gen-Turi generator exhaust extension has got to be in the Top 5 of RV internet forum subjects– right up there with running your refrigerator on propane while you are driving, how much can I tow and parking overnight at Wal-mart.

Now you know I am a big fan of the Gen-Turi, I praised it in a previous blog entry here. So here is how the debate got started on one of the popular internet forums I frequent:

Gen-Turi exhaust extension on the Old Girl
Gen-Turi exhaust extension on the Old Girl

“We have a 2007 Class C with an Onan Microlite generator. We often overnight in parking lots while on the road. Usually we travel in cooler weather when A/C is not required overnight. We are leaving soon on a trip where A/C will be necessary while sleeping and I am nervous about running the generator while asleep. We have working CO detectors.
Interested to know how many are OK with running generator while sleeping and how many think it is too

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