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Emergency Home Power DVD

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Power is one of those things we tend to take for granted - the flick of a light switch is something so simple, until the power is out. If you can't get service restored in a timely manner, what then?

The Emergency Home Power Battery Bank DVD gives you 4.5 hours of instruction on how to create your own backup power source, so that you're never left high and dry when the power fails. This comprehensive DVD covers systems that are as small and simple as a single marine battery, to an entire bank.

In this movie, Steven Harris will show you:

- how to select the right batteries for your needs
- setting up your battery
- connecting the inverter
- setting up battery monitors and failsafes
- creating a mobile power unit
- connecting a solar panel to your battery bank

You'll also learn why you never want to waste your money on a solar generator, and how to spend 1/10 of the cost on a product that is going to be much more efficient.

The best part? Anybody can do this.

Before you set anything up - get Steven Harris's Emergency Home Power DVD here for just $35.
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This thread is a dupe.  

I thought about merging it, but instead I decided to leave it.

The correct, official thread is ->

I decided to lock this thread.

I agree. Here's the link:
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