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Old 05-23-2016, 08:26 AM   #1
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Adding tank warmers?

Our coach didn't come with tank warmers, but we want to have the capability to RV late into the fall. Anyone added holding tank warmers after the fact? Was it an ordeal?
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not an ordeal. typically just a peel and stick kind and a blower fan heater type, both require 12v and have the option of thermostat controlled or a simple on/off switch.
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Depends on the accessibility of the tank. If you can get at the bottom, it is as RV Tech says. If not, maybe a chore.

If your tanks aren't exposed, you probably don't need warmers anyway. Depends on the temperatures expected, of course, but many rigs do not have them and get along fine. It takes many hours below freezing to have much effect on a tank.
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Mike, this is what I did. Maybe it will give you some ideas!

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