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Old 02-04-2014, 11:43 AM   #1
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Hi folks - Am new owner of 2007 32' Bounder Classic in Tucson, AZ. Coach is kept in covered parking, but outside. Temps are getting to mid-30's but not freezing. Can I place an extension light in the basement around the water tank and overheated lines in case temps get to low 30's? Will drain low points tonite... Thanks!
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Welcome to irv2. I used 75 watt trouble lights in my service and water tank bays when needed. If your temps are only going into the 30's you should be ok without them. Cliff
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Is there a low power/low heat source available for when the supply of incandescent 75/100 bulbs disappears?
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Old 02-05-2014, 08:34 PM   #4
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If you blow out your lines and add a little "pink stuff" to the tanks you should be good-to-go and I wouldn't think you would need a light.
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