« on: January 15, 2019, 05:48:38 pm »
Herr Dittmer, (et al.),
The RV furnace in our 2100 has three ducts. None of which are in the bathroom. One duct, located near the rear door, can be directed to push some warm air towards the bathroom. However, use of the "Handy Heater" in the bathroom had made this unnecessary.
An open shelf on both sides of the cap storage areas makes it easy to arrange a blanket/temperature barrier; held in place with several medium-duty spring clips. In extreme cold the furnace will quickly create a livable temperature in the interior. After which a single electric heater (assuming that we have an electrical connection) operating at ~800w is often all that is needed. Disclosure: In winter we do sleep in our down bags, ones which my wife made ~40 years ago. (Anyone remember Frostline kits).