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Old 09-28-2015, 03:18 PM   #1
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Hi..We use the Gold Heat, Radiant heat, for the first time when camping on Cape Cod too take the chill off the floor. What temperature to most of you set when using the Gold Heat?

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Hi..We use the Gold Heat, Radiant heat, for the first time when camping on Cape Cod too take the chill off the floor. What temperature to most of you set when using the Gold Heat?

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