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Old 06-02-2010, 06:23 AM   #21
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Most appliances won't be able to tell the difference between modified sine and true sine (If you run a stereo or a traditional TV you may get some static in the signal) and you won't need true sine unless you want to power something like an oscilloscope in your van.
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Looks very nice and awe inspiring! How do you have everything anchored down? No matter how well I have things in mine, if I hit a turn with a dip or something like that, junk STILL flies all over the place.
Junk?????? I thought we had indisposable, precious, life sustaining equipment.......
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Old 06-04-2010, 10:02 AM   #22
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I am only powering a 32" LCD TV with an extended warranty and a microwave that I bought used for $10.
Watch your cooking times on your microwave. The clock it uses most likely runs on the 60-hertz AC signal provided it, and although the inverter provides an approximated square wave, it may not be at 60 hertz and/or the microwave may not pick up on all the waves, or pick up multiple times on some waves (depending on how it clocks off of the modified wave). Shouldn't be a major problem, just something to watch for and time the first couple of times to see if you need to modify your cook times accordingly.

For others reading, you'll find similar problems with alarm clocks and bread machines, any older appliance with a timer. And with bread machines, the longer you count on that clock (hours vs minutes) the more it can be off.
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Old 06-04-2010, 11:44 AM   #23
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Re: "The Bondo Condo" - 15-passenger E350 Shorty

looks like its coming along nicely!!
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As for keeping things from flying all over the place, I am still working on that, too! Drawers fly open and things fall over. Every time I drive somewhere.

Velcro is your friend. Take a tab of it and put it on the backside of the drawer's front so the velcro meets with the wall of the cabinet. Works same for cabinet doors. I found the cheaper the velcro the more likely heavy dishes will hit against with enough force to open the door. However, if you put a little mesh across the lower half of an opening that stops things flying. I've bought mesh (craft/fabric stores) and even used those mesh bags from oranges and onions.
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Old 06-07-2010, 12:16 AM   #25
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I put these on all my cabinet, pantry, linen, and other doors:

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So Smitty, do you have a bunch of little bambinos running around?
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Old 06-07-2010, 04:18 AM   #26
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They are child locks. They go on the inside.
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Old 06-07-2010, 11:52 AM   #27
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Those will work on the outside?
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Old 07-07-2010, 09:41 PM   #28
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Re: "The Bondo Condo" - 15-passenger E350 Shorty

That thing has to be so damn hot inside lol.
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Re: "The Bondo Condo" - 15-passenger E350 Shorty

I lol'ed at the giant wiper!!

can or did or is it possible to see out your back window? in mine its a bit higher up and all i can see is tall trucks and semi etc in the convex mirror to see the passengers. the windshield mount one is redundant.
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looking like a limo bus
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