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Old 04-04-2009, 08:49 AM   #1
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I need a picture PLEASE!!!

Well the pile for the interior reinstallation is getting smaller and smaller. I have a few pieces that I have not been able to identify. I'm pretty sure that they all go under the kitchen sink.

Would someone with a 72 tradewind open their door under the sink and post a picture of it for me? Maybe a 73 or 74 is the same I*'m not sure.

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Old 04-04-2009, 09:09 AM   #2
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Old 04-04-2009, 10:24 AM   #3
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Thank You!

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Old 04-13-2009, 09:22 PM   #4
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picture under counter of Tradewind

Is that a flip out seat mounted on the right edge of the counter?

I have to eyelet screws mounted on the end panel and have wondered what was attached. If so does the seat flip out or extend to the couch or work with dining table?

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Is that a flip out seat mounted on the right edge of the counter?

I have to eyelet screws mounted on the end panel and have wondered what was attached. If so does the seat flip out or extend to the couch or work with dining table?

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I think that's a catalytic heater, with a vinyl cover.
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Terry is correct. That is a CAT heater with the dust cover installed. It gets too hot to sit on, but sure comes in handy on a cool morning.
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Richard - you have a CAT heater and central heat? Or is the Cat a replacement instead of ...? How do you like the CAT heater?
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... It gets too hot to sit on, but sure comes in handy on a cool morning.
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Question ID the heater please

Richard what is the model # and make of that cat heater?
I cannot quiet read it from the pic.
Do you think it was original equipment?

Have you ever replaced any parts such as the media blanket?

If it is a Therm'x (from france) good luck finding any support, they seem to have disappeared from face of earth and no old dealers who offer any advice or help. IMHO.

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Janet - We have both, but use the CAT more. When we were in the middle of a snow storm last Memorial Day, it kept the trailer at a nice 65-70 degrees all day long. I did not want to use the furnace because my generator was lost in 2 feet of snow at the time.

DDrummer - It is a Trerm'x 645. It was with the trailer when I bought it and has worked flawlessly for several years. If it fails, I will need to do some shopping.
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