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magicbus wrote:

fullmoonoversalem wrote:

... The Truma heater works really well.
It takes a lot to impress me anymore but the Truma really does what it says. Having electric central heat and hot water makes a huge difference on our trips south when the temps are in the 20’s. Having the propane backup in case we “get caught on the road” is a plus.

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I used the B to sleep over at a friends in 9 degree weather. There were a few cold drafts, but the truma is a champ. And quiet. It uses to little propane too.


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Gave it a good vacuuming out. It does not take long since it is a Class B !


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Picked up our Class B from the garage 3 hours away. A couple of weeks ago we heard a loud thud from under the hood. The cowling around the fan blade was broken and the fan blade was missing. The radiator, intercooler, serp belts, clutch fan and shroud had to be replaced to the tune of $3,221.00. With tow truck, Uber and a rental car, we were pleased when insurance covered almost all of it.

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I drove into town and topped off my tank with alcohol free gas just in case it was the last tank full till next year. Second time since March. I have been driving it at least once a week to town and back just to give it some exercise and keep the batteries charged. When weather starts getting bad I probably will not make it every week.

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I started loading it up with food and drink! We are going camping!!!!

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Warm day and we were due to take the coach for its bi-monthly ride so we packed in the dogs and drove to where we used to live and walked around town to see what was new. Since it was warm I figured I would see what needed tending to before we head south at the end of January.

Before we left this morning I added a couple of gallons of water to the black tank so I could make sure it was draining properly after a recent thread about valve issues. All good there. While draining the tanks I ran the generator and the Truma furnace on high drawing 16 amps for 15 minutes and all good there.

Next was miscellaneous items. Made sure I have a gallon of antifreeze just in case it is cold coming home in April. Wiped down the fridge I apparently forgot 6 months ago... oops. Glued a piece of trim Winnebago missed, and fixed the cabinet floor I took up 3 years ago when we had a warranty issue with our water pump.

I think we are ready to head to Florida when winter arrives!

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