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Old 09-06-2022, 07:38 PM   #1
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freezing weather usage.....

I'll be using my coach this winter when temps will be below freezing. I know the furnace has vents into the basement storage area, and I believe into the area with the black and grey holding tanks. Are those furnace vents enough? Will the basement hold enough heat to prevent frozen water lines, frozen waste tanks, etc? What are others doing/using to monitor basement temps? I'm guessing some type of remote thermometer?
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How cold and how windy will have a big factor in how well it will handle freezing weather.

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I live in mine year round. I am located in Eastern Washington State and it can get close to 0 degrees sometimes. No problems, so far.
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