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Old 11-10-2014, 07:44 AM   #1
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Heated Storage Tanks

My 2012 Crusader 290 RLT was made in 2011. Does the feature of heated tanks and valves exist as standard equip? I think it was in the units made in 2012. My unit has 30 amp service...not 50. There is a heat duct for the underbelly but is ther heating elements for the tanks and valves?

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Old 11-10-2014, 09:20 AM   #2
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No. Your tanks will not be heated. If they were there would be tank heater switch(s). Your unit will have an actively heated underbelly but the valves and tanks will be unheated. This will be sufficient for reasonable temps though. Just use your furnace from time to time. When I had my 295RST-TE back to the factory I had tank heaters installed because we winter camp. Last winter we were fine on the tanks but the valves did freeze once in a while.
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