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Old 10-17-2010, 08:58 AM   #1
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View/Navion holding tanks heated?

Or insolated? Can't tell from Winnie's brochure.

Looking at this unit but trying to figure out what to do on that first 12 hours of the snowbird trek in February.

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Old 10-20-2010, 01:38 PM   #2
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Yes the holding tanks do have a pad heater on the bottom of the tanks and around some of the pipes...it is an option...but beware that it runs off the 12v coach batteries and will pull the batteries down pretty quick if you are boondocking. Best to use when on shorepower or running down the road...
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it is an option. If you don't see an on/off switch on your control panel you probably don't have it.

As MutinyGuy said you will also see it on the tanks itself.

i don't have it on my View.
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OK, thanks I don't have one but am looking and don't see it on the specs page of the brochure. If it's an external pad then likely it's a dealer installable item I'm guessing.
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Yes, the dealer can install it for you.
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