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Old 02-15-2021, 11:41 AM   #1
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Pass Through Storage Heat

I have a 28.5RSTS and it's cold outside in Texas this week. Do any of y'all put a heat source in the pass through storage area? I was thinking of removing the maintenance cover that allows access under shower/water inlet area and using a space heater or incandescent work light for heat. May help keep some water lines from freezing.
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You should have a heat outlet down there that will keep it above freezing if you are running your furnace.
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You should have a heat outlet down there that will keep it above freezing if you are running your furnace.
X2, what I have seen there is a 2" Furnace duct dumping warm air behind the control center.

If you decide to add a light or small electric heater, make sure to have lots of room around it, and I always recommend a small fan to help move the warm air around.
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