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Old 12-09-2015, 12:29 AM   #29
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There is a down side to this: In the summer we travel with the generator running air conditioning so the entire RV is cool when we get where we are going. In the winter we will run the RV heat if it is real cool or cold out side. It is great to have the RV at a comfortable temperature when getting to the end of the day.
That's all we've ever done also. Have never had a problem keeping us warm or cool depending on the need at the time in any MH we've owned. In fact our 2000 38' Dutch Star had a small "heater" in the bedroom that I could turn the fan on to keep the bedroom warm. It was like the dash heater in that it was plumbed into the engine cooling system.
In the present rig there's a huge engine back there to keep the bedroom warm. In fact the bedroom has it's own OTR air con.
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