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Old 12-11-2014, 06:52 AM   #1
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Grey Wolf 26RL Heat Duct Question

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Checking out our new 26RL, i can only find 2 heat outlet ( they are in the walls,vs, the floor , i good feature i thought ) one next to the main door and the other in the bedroom. Have not tried the heat, but, is this enough to heat the whole TT ????

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Old 12-13-2014, 04:58 PM   #2
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Well, have not had any responses, but was going down to 27 last night and ran the heat, may be only 2 vents , but was nice and toasty !!! Just have to see how long 20# tanks last ???
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Old 12-14-2014, 05:00 PM   #3
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Hello All

Checking out our new 26RL, i can only find 2 heat outlet ( they are in the walls,vs, the floor , i good feature i thought ) one next to the main door and the other in the bedroom. Have not tried the heat, but, is this enough to heat the whole TT ????

Jim
We just traded in our 26RL after 4 years. We found the best way to heat the trailer was with a small ceramic heater in the main part and the door open to the washroom and bedroom. We would set the furnace to low incase we needed te extra heat due to low temp outside. We found that the temperature in the bedroom was too warm when the rest of the trailer was nice.

If you have any other questions ask away, and will try and answer them for you.

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