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Old 11-20-2014, 01:03 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by PFurlow View Post
I looked but could not find any heating ducts in basement. Why did they list in their brochure but not put the pads on the rv?
I spoke with FR warranty dept and a FR Legacy tech and they confirmed that there is a duct in the wet bay providing some forced air heat. Was told you wod need to really get in there to see it as it is up high in between tanks on bottom of subfloor. Makes sense since that is where the ducting runs from furnace to bathroom and then back to bedroom in floor vents.

As I mentioned earlier we were camped on way home from Florida last week and temps in northern NC got down to about 22 degrees. Had furnace set to 70 and when I went out in morning to take a peek in wet bay it was def warm in there, well above 32.

I'm glad it has this !

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