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Old 11-24-2019, 11:41 PM   #1
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Heated tanks

Hey everyone, I was just reading a thread about cold weather and freezing tanks. Living and traveling in the lower western states I haven't worried to much about it. I'm not sure how to find out if we have heated tanks, We have an 07 Tropical T330. Thanks for any input!
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Heated tanks

On our class C the heater on the tanks have to be turned on the switches for them is on the same panel as the hot tank water switch, generator start switch etc... so if you have them I'm sure you would see a switch to turn them on.
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Your tanks get heated from one or two ducts when you run the furnace.
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As Richard S mentioned, our National Dolphin has at lease one, maybe 2, flexible ducts going thru the floor from the furnace and into the enclosed space where the tanks and other plumbing is located. We use electric heating as much as we can but one needs to let the gas furnace run if heat is needed for the tanks in freezing weather.
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