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Old 03-21-2015, 05:49 PM   #1
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Heating tanks feature

We have a 2006 Damon Class A
"STILL TRYING TO KNOW WHAT WE HAVE, AND HAVE NOT.?
We have read LITERATURE suggesting we have a TANK HEATING FEATURE.
Can anyone explain what or how a Damon has HEATING TANKs ?
Where its turned on ? Or is this just selling the fact there is a heating duct under the middle of flooring full length of the RV.
Thus provides warm floor heat via the heating duct when furnace is operating on propane.
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You have it sir! It's just ambient heat from the ducts running in proximity of the tanks.
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You have it sir! It's just ambient heat from the ducts running in proximity of the tanks.
yup
just a hole blowing warm air......

when it gets real cold i run a small ceramic heater in the basement and it keeps everything easily above 45F

plus a blanket in the wet bay to insulate the plastic tray a bit
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STORAGE W/O POWER so no heated tanks.

WE opted for Open Storage and No 110v Power near by.
Looks like we have to reconsider. But unless parked inside a powered storage unit we may not see power in any way.
Our Community CCR's also do not allow parking at our home
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