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Old 01-07-2012, 07:32 PM   #11
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How do you secure the oil filled radiator for travel??

No question the are good heaters and safer in that contact won't start a fire. The are however heavy and awkward. We used one last year in the motorhome at the lowest setting which worked great.
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Old 01-07-2012, 07:51 PM   #12
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"The are however heavy and awkward."

we have a very lightweight oil-filled radiator heater, that has casters, for our HTT. it's only 25" tall and 13" long.
we just lay it down on the floor or dinette when traveling.
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Yes this is an added heater. I am new to trailers so I have no idea if the slides stay in when closed for a few weeks or open. Thanks.
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slides in or out is your decision.
most owners don't leave them open if they aren't being used, at least for extended times.

what kind of added heater does the trailer have now?
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