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They think it might be the difference in european vs american fuel (different octane level), but it's just a guess. 2 hours later (250$), no progress. It was my decision to install it myself, so i'm ok with some repair cost. But about that European thing (STC), i'm a bit frustrated that the info is not available anywhere. It does says "Worldwide support 2 years"
This is a bit concerning to me, someone considering this unit for a van conversion. Especially since we live at altitude and travels areas where the fuel can be a bit more suspect.
What was the companies response about the worldwide support for two years?
I would have thought a EU model would accept more suspect fuel, given the various countries and fuel qualities.
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It is pretty much useless during the short winter days… we got maybe 10-20Ah charge total from solar during the whole week (guesstimate). Even on a sunny day, mid-day, we got almost nothing coming in. We still cleared the solar panels from the snow that fell overnight and this is fairly easy to do with a ladder.
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