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Old 12-24-2012, 07:42 PM   #1
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Freezing

I have an allegro RED 38qba. Winter questions. The water pump is out in the dump station bay. I'm worried that it would freeze in low temps. Doesn't seem like that bay is insulated enough. Has anybody had problems freezing while using your coach?
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May not apply to your rig exactly, but if it will get below 25F, I drop the hoses so the wet bay will seal, and put a 75 watt trouble lite in the bay.

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I agree, unhook the hoses and I use a Thermo-cube from Tractor supply and plug in a "My heat" from Walmart. The cube plugs into a 110 outlet and cuts on at 35* and off at 45*, the heater is 200 watts Ceramic and is safe. I have a thermometer sensor in my wet bay that can be read from inside the MH. Couple days ago it was 27* outside and 45* inside the bay. Works great.
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Thanks a ton for the suggestions. Merry Christmas!
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