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Old 03-22-2011, 06:28 PM   #1
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Heated Holding Tanks

Hello, I was wondering if a 2004 Sea Breeze holding tanks are heated by the furnace? and if so where would I locate the duct work for them?

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You have one heater duct going to the basement area for heat. What model is your Seabreeze, I will see if I can find a drawing.
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You have one heater duct going to the basement area for heat. What model is your Seabreeze, I will see if I can find a drawing.
Thank you, I have a model 1341
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Old 03-23-2011, 07:58 AM   #4
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Without removing the tanks you likely will NOT locate the duct work,,, but you can test for it on a cool day.. Here is how.

Fire up the furnace.. WHILE the furnace is running open the compartment door where the tanks are located.. If you feel a warm "Breeze" on your face.. That's a clue that the tank heater is in fact operating properly.

NOTE: no breeze (or a cool breeze) does not indicate they are NOT working

(It may be there is a blockage on the side you opened, try the other side, and it may be the tanks are cooling the air before it hits you, give it time)
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Could not find a drawing for your model. If you access the furnace from the inside of you motorhome you will see one duct going down through the floor, this is the one that goes to the basement to provide heat for the tanks.
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Thank You for the replies and helpful information. I was able to find a duct that goes thru the floor into the basement. I feel better knowing with the furnace running I have lees chance of anything freezing if the temp gets into the 30's while in Michigan in April.
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