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Old 04-18-2014, 04:55 PM   #11
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Someone suggested putting a vent into the bathroom door,but I would be worried since the doors seem to be hollow. We don't camp in the cold, but just to take the chill off would be nice!
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Old 04-19-2014, 07:43 AM   #12
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Our model has the toilet in its own small room with a 4" outlet straight out of the furnace behind the forward wall. Sauna anyone?
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Our model has the toilet in its own small room with a 4" outlet straight out of the furnace behind the forward wall. Sauna anyone?
Same here. It gets mighty toasty in there quickly. I actually closed it to force more heat elsewhere.
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Same here. It gets mighty toasty in there quickly. I actually closed it to force more heat elsewhere.
I'm concerned that closing it will cause a problem with the furnace. What's been your experience?
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Our model has the toilet in its own small room with a 4" outlet straight out of the furnace behind the forward wall. Sauna anyone?
Our small bathroom has a full rectangular vent in the floor. It will roast you in there if the door is left shut, so it stays open when not in use and that warmth goes into the bunk and living area.
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Our small bathroom has a full rectangular vent in the floor. It will roast you in there if the door is left shut, so it stays open when not in use and that warmth goes into the bunk and living area.
Same with ours. Door must be open. Also, with the ac on it would be a wasted of conditioned air to keep it enclosed in that toilet room.
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