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Old 10-21-2011, 11:33 AM   #1
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Hello, we aren't new to the RV world, but new to us is a 2001 Jamboree. This coach is a real treat, great get up and go. I do have a question though ? Can you drive down the road with the furnace running ?
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I have, no issue.
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Furance shouldn't be an issue its all internal, water heater is a little tougher.
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Yes, I've done this off and on for 30 plus years. Sometimes in the winter in the mid-west where we lived years ago that was the only way to keep the cabin warm enough to be comfortable.
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