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Old 10-10-2015, 12:04 AM   #1
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Is it ok to run the heater with the slides in?

Hello,
Got a newbie question, is it OK to run the heater with the slide in? I don't have enough room to open the big slide where I am storing my trailer and wanted to go over some of the stuff I learned on delivery...
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Shouldn't be a problem really.
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Is it ok to run the heater with the slides in?

As long as you have air flow and don't block the outlets it should be fine, be careful walking on the slide itself while in as the center is not supported.


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