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Old 08-22-2015, 11:32 PM   #21
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We used it in a PUP so it leaked like a sieve... But when we used it in the TT we cracked a window just to be safe.


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Old 08-23-2015, 04:17 PM   #22
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Run an extension cord out of the corner of your slide and plug it into the 20 amp outlet at the pedastal. Plug your heater into that and you can run everything else in the RV without worrying about overloading the 30 amp side of things. Works for me.
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Do you use a splitter on the plug so you can still plug your camper plug in also?.. or have there always been 2 outlets to use?.. the last place i stayed only had 2 outlets.. 1 for me and 1 for the spot beside me.. - EdenPURE US GEN4 Model US 1000 Portable Electric Space / Room Heater Gen 4 -

This is the heater we will be taking with us in Sept... a bit pricey.. but i have animals and it is very pet/ and i purchased it for here at home.. so going to use what I already have, not buy anything new..

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