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Old 10-10-2019, 09:31 PM   #21
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Hey guys, thanks.... I am leaving for hunting Friday. It will be cold. I plan on leaving the wardrobe slide shut and putting the furnace on low. I'll let you know.
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Way overdue, the trailer was chilly. Hot water line to bathroom froze most nights. Thawed during day. Kitchen hot water was fine.
Used 1 one 20 gallon tank every 3.5 days with furnace on low. Need to upgrade to bigger tanks soon.

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Way overdue, the trailer was chilly. Hot water line to bathroom froze most nights. Thawed during day. Kitchen hot water was fine.
Used 1 one 20 gallon tank every 3.5 days with furnace on low. Need to upgrade to bigger tanks soon.

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Since most RV sites provide electrical power with the cost of the site, try using an electric heater. I prefer the oil filled radiators since there is no chance of fire. I also placed a heater in the bathroom and closed the doors. I survived two degree below zero weather in the carolina mountains without issue except for the sewer hose freezing - my fault, forgot to go on internal tanks. That is unless you don't have electric.

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