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Old 11-16-2017, 12:35 AM
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I have, on a few instances, intentionally had the TM plugged into shore power while the main fuse to the battery was pulled (same as having no battery). All AC circuits worked as expected, and all DC appliances also worked (although I did not fully test the radio). However, given that I have the older converter that uses the battery as a filter, my overhead LED lights had a bit of a flicker, and the fluorescent light in the bathroom (the only fluorescent in our TM) also had a bit of a flicker. But no other issues. I think that only leaves the Electra Magic, the overhead incandescent lights, and furnace, all of which operated normally.

Dave
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