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Old 10-10-2014, 06:45 PM   #1
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Trying to add a heat vent to the bathroom

I am just curious if anyone has tried to do this before and if so how did they do it. I am trying to install a heating vent in the bathroom. My class c Dodge Tioga has a 25'000 btu Duo Therm propane furnace which works great. There is one heating vent on the wall by the back entry door and one heating vent in the sofa. There is no heating vent in the bathroom. Of all the places in the RV I want to protect from the cold this winter. I would like to add a heating vent in the bathroom. Problem is the holding tanks are right under the bathroom floor, the storage closet to the right of the bathroom could be a possibility for routing the heating duct. The bathroom is tightly compacted, using cupboard space in the bathroom seems the only possibility. Along with a dryer hose multi exhaust port. Since aluminium dryer hose is the same size as rv heater hose and has about the same tamperature tolerance. So if anyone has done this before I could use your input here.
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Old 10-10-2014, 07:12 PM   #2
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Not a very good artist. But here is a layout of the motorhome. Maybe this will give you a better idea of what I am trying to do.
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