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    Default Inverter & Planta

    how much an inverter + planta cost in sosua? Anybody selling some? I'll need it to light up 3 bedrooms and 2 rooms in case electricty goes down. Experts on this welcome,

    thx
    supa

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    I just wanted to say good night to everyone. I am going to sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Escott
    I just wanted to say good night to everyone. I am going to sleep.
    g'night E.

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    Default For inveters see MrMike

    in Santiago

    for plantas, you have several options
    1) peruse the classifieds in the Listin Diario
    2) ask around Sos˙a
    3) When you are in Santiago talking to MrMike about the inverter you can go over to Amaro Motors and see what they have.
    4) You can also try and see AZB's inverter guy. AZB swears by him. Local made, inexpensive and with good service, according to AZB Again, you have to come to Santiago.

    Good hunting,

    HB

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    Default There are some planta suppliers in Puerto Plata.

    Look around, I think a large plant sells for $3000 US, that's a plant that would be better for a farm than a house.

    -Lee

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    Default Will be selling my inverter

    I hope I am not breaking any DR1 rules with this post. If so, please delete me.

    In about one month I'll be moving and selling my inverter. It's a 3 month old 2400 watt Xantrez-Trace (the best) along with 4 batteries of the same age. It gave me enough power for a fridge, lights for a 2 bedroom apt, 2 tvs and dvds, stereo, etc. (no air conditioning) and charged in about 3 hours. It works so well that the only way that I know that the power is out is by the noise from the planta across the street. - D

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    Default for inverters

    for inverters call (571-3154) freddy multiservice they are in front of supermercado sosua batey, they have all kind of inverter TRACE and locals, and they'll give you quick service.
    and maybe the could get you a planta too.
    www.freddymultiservice.com

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