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Old 01-22-2017, 07:32 AM   #21
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Thanks everyone. We did use the furnace all the way to the campsite with no problem. When we arrived and I turned the engine off, the house batteries were fully charged so the alternator charged the chassis and house batteries while running the furnace blower.
We do the same thing, I started doing it years ago when I towed an Airstream. We would leave the furnace on low while traveling, it was great to pull into a rest area and be able to step into a warm place right behind our vehicle to take a nap or a break. Now with the Class C it is a no brainer.

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