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Old 05-01-2020, 04:06 AM   #1
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New to this forum and traveling in a Winnebago Boldt 70KL.
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Old 05-01-2020, 04:33 AM   #2
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New to this forum and traveling in a Winnebago Boldt 70KL.

Welcome to the forum Viper One!


The Bolts' sound very nice, and should be for what they cost. Many of us here (with perhaps the exception of Davydd) are jealous.

Have you run the air conditioner off battery for any extended period of time?
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The longest time we had the AC on batteries was around 5 hours. Still new at it.
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Any updates youíd like to post? Likes? Dislikes?
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Nothing new to add, Haven’t been in a long trip yet. We are still getting use to the downsizing by doing a few local adventures. Got to figure out Van Life during our two month Trip coming up. We are not full timers.
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I keep forgetting what the various switches do. Some switch lights off and on but but I am not sure what some do. Does anyone have a diagram of these? We have the Boldt KL. I am particularly interested in the three near the sliding door entrance at the top.
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I keep forgetting what the various switches do. Some switch lights off and on but but I am not sure what some do. Does anyone have a diagram of these? We have the Boldt KL. I am particularly interested in the three near the sliding door entrance at the top.

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Nothing new to add, Havenít been in a long trip yet. We are still getting use to the downsizing by doing a few local adventures. Got to figure out Van Life during our two month Trip coming up. We are not full timers.


Thanks for the update
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Wonder how you like it now?
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Old 11-28-2020, 04:58 AM   #10
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Sold it! Tried to take two trips and had issues not related to the Sprinter chassis but Winnebago electrical. Didnít trust it afterwards.
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Sold it! Tried to take two trips and had issues not related to the Sprinter chassis but Winnebago electrical. Didn’t trust it afterwards.
WELCOME to the Forum!

Wow - can you give us some more details about the Winnebago electrical problems. I was considering the Boldt for my next van.

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I assume you fixed the problems using the warranty. What didn't you trust anymore?
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