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Old 05-25-2016, 05:51 PM   #11
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Here is 1 of 3 fans that I had blowing air down into the under belly, through a hole that was cut in the floor under the shower basin.
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Nice idea! I did something similar for two reasons: If I needed ventilation to help dry out or to blow warm air from the camper to help keep things warm. I put small vents in the floor at the front and rear to keep the air flowing through. I wired it to a thermostat that turns on just above freezing.
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Old 05-25-2016, 06:52 PM   #13
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Nice idea! I did something similar for two reasons: If I needed ventilation to help dry out or to blow warm air from the camper to help keep things warm. I put small vents in the floor at the front and rear to keep the air flowing through. I wired it to a thermostat that turns on just above freezing.
That is a great idea/invention!
Exspecially if one uses electric space heaters instead of the propane furnace.
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