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Old 10-30-2009, 12:47 AM   #15
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Samething, but different name.

Hi, here's another oil filled heater just like mine but has a different name. Amazon sells this one. Delongi TRN0812T
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Old 10-30-2009, 01:11 AM   #16
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Forecast is 16 tonight; I sure love our liquid-filled radiators!
Mike just out of curiosity what do you do about your holding tanks if anything? I understand the trailers have closed underbelly and heater ducts to the tanks but on my moho the tanks are pretty much exposed and I find no evidence of any nearby heater duct.

We were in Wyoming 2 weeks ago and ran into the highway closed due to snow storms. With all things considered we decided it would be prudent to turn around and head West.
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Forecast is 16 tonight; I sure love our liquid-filled radiators!
23 degrees last night, we expect close to the same tonight. Down here at 5,000 ft we are still raising bananas, Flagstaff has closed it fruit stands for the winter.
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Mike just out of curiosity what do you do about your holding tanks if anything? I understand the trailers have closed underbelly and heater ducts to the tanks but on my moho the tanks are pretty much exposed and I find no evidence of any nearby heater duct.
I avoid having much in them while traveling in freezing weather. Here at the KOA we're plugged in with both valves open. I can't use the water hose, so I fill the tank a little bit every day and use the aux. pump.
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