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Old 12-20-2010, 11:10 AM   #11
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It stinks the only access to that side is through the winterizing ports on the bottom. Otherwise you have to pull the water heater to get in there. Maybe the thing to do is cut a larger port in the backside of the compartment so you can install a light or heater and then put a cover over it.
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Old 12-21-2010, 11:30 AM   #12
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It stinks the only access to that side is through the winterizing ports on the bottom. Otherwise you have to pull the water heater to get in there. Maybe the thing to do is cut a larger port in the backside of the compartment so you can install a light or heater and then put a cover over it.
Yep... boat shops have those ports up to 1ft sq. I think that is what I will use on the water heater compartment. Sure would be easier to work on the back side of the water heater and water lines anyway. Thanks for the input.
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Old 02-05-2011, 11:15 AM   #13
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Our 2010 330TS came with the Arctic Pack. According to the literature, the tanks as well as any joint where water can stand is heated.
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Old 02-07-2011, 10:02 PM   #14
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I used work light with a plastic cover to cover the 75w bulbs and just laid them into each compartment. The I placed a $9 wireless sensor in the compartment away from the bulb so I could monitor the temps from inside the coach. It has worked so far in the 2 compartments I did this to. However, the compartmen where the water heater is froze before I realized I n eeded to do it too.

Did you put a 75 watt bulb in the area above the propane tank where the water pump is. Don't look like much room????. How did you do it. I put a 40 watt bulb in a drop lite under the tank drain vale area and that helped when it was 23 degrees here in Richmond Texas where I am wintering. Just curios how you did it.
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