Originally Posted by GABoy
Same here. We camped for three days this past weekend and temps were in 20's at night. Ran no propane heat. Used heat strips on both front and back units and stayed cozy warm at 70. Save $ from buying propane!
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Ditto on the heat strips.
We spent this last weekend in Myrtle Beach and a few nights the temp dropped into the 20's. I have read a lot of posts scoffing the heat strips as useless in really cold weather but we used ours, and as GABoy said kept the coach right around 70° with no problem. We like the bedroom a little cooler when sleeping and ended up turning the bedroom down some.
I did turn on the arctic pak and put a light in the water bay just to be on the safe side