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Old 12-12-2012, 09:09 PM   #11
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For those expressing an interest in circulating electric heat. I've got pics and description of a mod I did on my recently sold Outback. I added a switch to be able to run the furnace blower, without actually having the furnace ignite. Here's a link

https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=85f7a...B9BD05CB%21602
I looked at the pictures - this is the one for bathroom heat with the house thermostat?

We want to do exactly what you said - have the option of running the furnace blower to circulate heat through the underbelly so that when we are plugged in the heat created by the electric heaters in the cabin can also heat the underbelly.
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Old 12-12-2012, 11:19 PM   #12
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I looked at the pictures - this is the one for bathroom heat with the house thermostat?

We want to do exactly what you said - have the option of running the furnace blower to circulate heat through the underbelly so that when we are plugged in the heat created by the electric heaters in the cabin can also heat the underbelly.
It's actually pics that are just near the end/bottom. There's one with the furnace out, and a few with the board and the wiring I tapped. Look about 10-12 pics from the end/bottom. I don't forsee needing to do many mods to the sabre when we get it, but this is definitely one I'll do again. We even use it when the AC is on. It really evens the temperature out in the camper.
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