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Old 01-08-2016, 12:26 PM   #12
Chance
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State: Texas
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THOR #2121
Dave, I was referring to a portable electric heater for emergencies when other sources aren't working (like furnace). In that case pipes are going to get cold anyway, so why have occupants miserable too?

It happened to us years ago in South Dakota when a dead battery wouldn't allow furnace to restart and stay on, so we were very uncomfortable. Since then I pack a 1500 watt electric heater as a backup even if motorhome has a furnace. We mostly stay in campgrounds so we don't have to run the generator. I often run the heater anyway to reduce propane use.
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