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Speaking of winter use... I still have an open question about window icing on the inside and remedies if anyone would care to supply info. Thanks!
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Don't breath. I get icing, but its not a big issue. I have to defrost the windshield before driving. When the sun shines, it goes away. Don't let the wife cook spaghetti without running the fan.
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Don't breath. I get icing, but its not a big issue. I have to defrost the windshield before driving. When the sun shines, it goes away. Don't let the wife cook spaghetti without running the fan.
We found out real quick that making toast will set off the smoke alarms if you don't have on the exhaust fan and have a window open.
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Adrian, my LX has an Aquahot system with a basement heater. It is supposed to keep everything under there from freezing while the coach heat will keep everything above floor level warm. I don't think that the Aquahot is a big electric draw and with 175 gas of diesel on board I would think that it would run for quite a while.
I don't remember the gph consumption of the Aquahot but there are others here who do and may chime in.
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Wish I had an AquaHot
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you can for the right price
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Stephen. I think I need to upgrade to a coach with it. Spent all these years with mine, its like part of the family.
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Headed to Bristol,TN to the "last great Colosseum," we will be boondocking for
5 days. Yes, the aquahot makes a big difference. These coaches are an awesome piece of equipment if I say so for myself.
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Carol and I boondocked at Q for 10 days,we showered every day,and we cooked everyday.
We could have gone longer if we didnt shower everyday.
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