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Old 01-03-2008, 12:19 PM   #1
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I know I have asked this, but I still have questions. For instance, is it ok to put a cover on and still have the heater running to keep the basement warm? How do you accomplish this? What type of covers are best for my application?
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I know I have asked this, but I still have questions. For instance, is it ok to put a cover on and still have the heater running to keep the basement warm? How do you accomplish this? What type of covers are best for my application?
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The question of the OP as I understand it is:
"can I put a cover on and still have the heater running to keep the basement warm?" If your cover was like mine (Adco), the cover would cover the exhaust of the coach furnace, hence possibly burning the cover or worst yet starting a fire. On my unit, the basement compartments are only heated by the coach furnace. The answer to your question is NO, do not run the furnace with the cover on unless you securely hold the cover far away from the furnace exhaust such as possibly tieing it up and away from that area. If you want to use a ceramic electric heater inside the coach (will not heat basement compartments) then go for it. You will most likely get some sweating from humidity that is generated.

As to covers, I prefer the ADCO. I think I spelled it right. Good Luck.
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