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Old 10-10-2018, 01:59 AM   #1
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2005 Sea Breeze 1321 - Heat in the Basement?

We are newbies. We are getting ready to head south next week for the winter. It's getting late in Alaska and we are looking at temps in our area of around 50 during the day and 28 at night. I'm worried about our tanks or supply lines freezing as we head out through Canada. We bought a 2005 National Sea Breeze 1321 about a month ago. Is there enough heat from the furnace getting into the basement to prevent freezing in the water lines? Should we put heat tape on them? We are from Alaska so know all about freezing in water lines - just not in an rv. Thanks for any help you can give us.
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If you have a $10 wireless remote thermometer, put the sensor in the wet bay and watch temps overnight while using the furnace. Was your RV advertised as 'winterized'? You could also add an incandescent light or two to the wet bay when hooked up to shore power or on generator power.

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