Originally Posted by jrichard1987
Was out camping all last week with a big group of different campers. The weather dropped down to -10 Celsius at night and my water froze in my eagle 324bhts every night. Thawed and worked again early in the morning so wasn't a big deal but other campers with us without climate shield were fine. One was a whitehawk 29sqb others were way cheaper brands with no type of climate shield whatsoever... Only ones that froze was mine and a Jayco pinnacle 5th wheel with the same package. Obviously this is just a sales gimmick in my oppinion I'm not impressed!!! Seemed like it froze between the pump and the tank cause pump would run but couldn't pressure up.
Well, I have Climate Shield and have been colder than above statement, did the duct to the underbelly work (open?) Also at those temps we just got a new Jayco T/H and added the extreme weather package. Heated lines and tanks.
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