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Old 12-30-2017, 02:29 PM   #1
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cold weather storage

I live on the Gulf coast between Galveston and Houston. Temps are forecast
to be in low to mid 20's. I keep my trailer stored indoors, was thinking of setting furnace to 40 to avoid freezing issues winterizing is usually not needed here. Any thoughts appreciated!!
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Yup, supposed to be abnormally cold down south. I've had 4 gallons of RV antifreeze for 12 years and never used a drop until today. For the first time ever I just winterized all 3 of my campers. We might be below freezing for up to 48 hours.

A small electric cube heater will keep the inside of my 26's at 15-18 degrees above the outdoor temp, that's just too close with it dropping into the mid teens.

Running the furnace is ok, but inside an enclosed space is a concern.

I'm going to run the furnace in our 34' since it's so long and the tanks (and some fresh pipes) are inside the bellypan. I can run a cube heater and leave the furnace set at 50.

This cold really messed up our New Years camping trip!
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