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Old 11-28-2007, 07:22 PM   #15
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I spent the entire winter (5 months ) last year, on a construction site at 7000 ft. in a 19ft. SOB. It was not pretty. Dealing with frozen water lines,frozen holding tank, what a nightmare. Ended up removing cabinit doors and intrtior access panels, and using heat strips and lights to try to keep things at least somewhat under control. Oh, and the furnace ran almost constantly. NEVER AGAIN !!!
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