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Old 09-27-2016, 03:08 AM   #1
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... The heater works Great!... Fireplace, fast hot water to shower, mcd blinds, leveling system,....outlets everywhere, backup camera...shower, heated floors, ......
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Old 09-27-2016, 04:46 AM   #3
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Heated floors? In a trailer? This alone is more than just "brighter".
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Old 09-27-2016, 01:25 PM   #6
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I forgot to ask.... how are the floors heated? Electric, heated water, air, are the floors hollow? I just can't imagine how this feature in a trailer works. I've seen it in a house and they ran copper plumbing in the concrete slabs under the flooring, so the floors were convection heated. I can't imagine something as exotic, and expensive in an RV.

I understand all the other features. (Even my '06 has fast hot water to the shower, since the water heater is almost under the shower and takes about 4 seconds to get hot. The lavatory takes about 6 seconds, but the kitchen sink which is farthest away, takes about half a gallon or over a minute. This is so long we actually gather the water in a bucket for other uses so as not to waste iby filling up the galley tank, plus in California we are experiencing water rationing; we try not to waste water.)
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Old 09-27-2016, 02:33 PM   #8
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I forgot to ask.... how are the floors heated? Electric, heated water, air, are the floors hollow? I just can't imagine how this feature in a trailer works. I've seen it in a house and they ran copper plumbing in the concrete slabs under the flooring, so the floors were convection heated. I can't imagine something as exotic, and expensive in an RV.

I understand all the other features. (Even my '06 has fast hot water to the shower, since the water heater is almost under the shower and takes about 4 seconds to get hot. The lavatory takes about 6 seconds, but the kitchen sink which is farthest away, takes about half a gallon or over a minute. This is so long we actually gather the water in a bucket for other uses so as not to waste iby filling up the galley tank, plus in California we are experiencing water rationing; we try not to waste water.)
We have a thermostat in he bathroom.. I think it's electric..set it to 80 and wait about half an hour. The floor gets hot and the bathroom warm...
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