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Old 05-17-2013, 08:26 PM   #1
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Cyclone 4000 couch question.

The wife and I are looking at buying a toyhauler to live in FT. We have narrowed it down to a couple of floorplans the primary one is the Cyclone 4000. When we looked at it the couch is really close to the fireplace. Just wondering if anyone has one and if they have had any issues.
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Old 05-19-2013, 12:35 PM   #2
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Most of the fireplaces do not put out any heat at all that I have seen, decorative only. Does that one put out heat?
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The wife and I are looking at buying a toyhauler to live in FT. We have narrowed it down to a couple of floorplans the primary one is the Cyclone 4000. When we looked at it the couch is really close to the fireplace. Just wondering if anyone has one and if they have had any issues.
The fireplace is a 1500W electric heater and the hot air blows out the louvers on top. It is not a concern in my 4100 and I doubt it would be in your 4000. At 1st I thought it was just fluff and didn't care much for it. Now I use it in cool weather to keep from firing up the propane furnace. Especially if I am hooked up to someone's power. It will take the edge off of a 40 degree morning.
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The fireplace is a 1500W electric heater and the hot air blows out the louvers on top. It is not a concern in my 4100 and I doubt it would be in your 4000. At 1st I thought it was just fluff and didn't care much for it. Now I use it in cool weather to keep from firing up the propane furnace. Especially if I am hooked up to someone's power. It will take the edge off of a 40 degree morning.
Scottybdivin thanks for the reply. I figured it wouldn't be problem are they would have moved it over.
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