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Old 11-11-2012, 02:18 PM   #11
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Thanks Dunnnc!

That is a viable option as well. I would then need to find a place to store the heater as most of the nook and crannies are taken by toys, movies or the wifes necessities.

I would be affraid that the DW would put the nix on something in the middle of the floor though.
We use it as an 'end table' and have a lamp on it.
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Old 11-11-2012, 02:48 PM   #12
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Dunnnc, Can you tell me how you bypassed the stat and how you have hooked up the blower to run on it's own. I know they sell a board that will replace the one installed at the FAU that will run the fan only, but it's not cheap........
It has nothing to do with the thermostat. Just added a 12v wire & switch to the furnace blower. Only cost was for wire, switch, electrical box and cover plate.
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Old 11-11-2012, 05:30 PM   #13
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Seems it might be better (safer) to use the electric furnace rather than the propane but I may be missing something.
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Old 11-11-2012, 05:33 PM   #14
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Seems it might be better (safer) to use the electric furnace rather than the propane but I may be missing something.
We haven't used the propane furnace but once or twice in the last 5 yrs and that was before we got the Eden PURE.
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Old 11-11-2012, 05:37 PM   #15
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We have two Eden pures for the house we love them!
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Old 11-13-2012, 08:30 PM   #16
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We have a electric heater like the Eden pure in our Georgetown 350. It is behind the passenger seat. We don't use a fan and it does a great job heating the MH in Texas in the winter. The best part it is whisper quite.
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Old 11-14-2012, 03:38 PM   #17
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I installed one of the cheap heat systems and it works great. I been in areas were it a got down to 2 degrees out side and the system kept us warm and toasty with no other heaters. On of the best parts is it attached to our gas furnace so its tied into the main duct work and it heats the plumbing and storage tanks at the same time.
Lastly it is a much or even heat and stops the over shoot and under shoot the gas furnace suffers from.
Check out IRV2 there are a couple of other people that have installed one as well. I WILL NOT HAVE A NOTHER RV WITH OUT ONE.
By the way its UL certified and RVIA certified unlike adding a bunch of plug-in heaters in front of your return air vent.
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I installed one of the cheap heat systems and it works great. I been in areas were it a got down to 2 degrees out side and the system kept us warm and toasty with no other heaters. On of the best parts is it attached to our gas furnace so its tied into the main duct work and it heats the plumbing and storage tanks at the same time.
Lastly it is a much or even heat and stops the over shoot and under shoot the gas furnace suffers from.
Check out IRV2 there are a couple of other people that have installed one as well. I WILL NOT HAVE A NOTHER RV WITH OUT ONE.
By the way its UL certified and RVIA certified unlike adding a bunch of plug-in heaters in front of your return air vent.
I could not find what you where talking about at IRV2, do you have web address? I would like to read some information on this HVACretired if you can post it please....
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...By the way its UL certified and RVIA certified unlike adding a bunch of plug-in heaters in front of your return air vent.
I think you will find the EdenPURE is UL approved.
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I could not find what you where talking about at IRV2, do you have web address? I would like to read some information on this HVACretired if you can post it please....

Here is the link to one of the threads i've been on:
Cheap Heat now available direct - Page 4 - iRV2 Forums
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