Originally Posted by rvguy02
Thanks. Here's another question/situation that's getting me concerned... On Saturday I'm heading to Nashville for a trade show on Monday-Wednesday. Daytime highs in Nashville will be 10-15F on Monday and lows around 5F. OUCH! How feasible is this weather for using the coach? Technically I know the coach can handle it but: 1) I'll have no access to water replenishment for 3 days with such extreme temperatures. 2) Since I'm running a propane Aqua Hot I'll be going through gas like crazy! Have any of you dealt with this kind situation before? Is it worth fighting the elements AND trying to work a tradeshow during the day or should I just "throw in the towel", safely store the coach for 3 days, and get a hotel room? Thanks for any opinions on this!
Sorry....didn't mean to high jack your thread....
Cold temps....first....turn on your Basement heat! If it's frigid set it midrange to keep the basement thawed.
Then flip both electric and burner switches and set temp zone 1 & 3 mode to gas and temp to 70. Set Zone 2 to 85 in til the floor heats up.
Pat & Medarda Bauer; Tess and Tighe (our fur kids)
2017 Entegra Anthem/FL/Allison/Grand Cherokee
Entegra Coach Owners Association, President
Sun City Center, FL