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SuzzeeeQ2012

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Posted: 12/30/13 09:17am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Can't stand all the condensation, and it smells.

We don't use it at night, because it scares me


So, how to the "brick" heaters work? We had a Wave 6 catalytic in our other motorhome. and it worked good.



I'm always afraid of carbon monoxide, and leave windows cracked.

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What about a Vented Platinum Catalytic heater?
http://ventedcatheater.com/


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EsoxLucius wrote:

What about a Vented Platinum Catalytic heater?
http://ventedcatheater.com/


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Posted: 12/30/13 09:56am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

thanks will go see about that one

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hmm...it's vented. Wonder how much work it takes to do this in our motorhome. I'll show it to my husband and see what he thinks. thanks

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I wonder how well that would work dry camping though. It does use some electricity.

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EsoxLucius wrote:

What about a Vented Platinum Catalytic heater?
http://ventedcatheater.com/


Thanks for that link. Its exactly what I have been looking for. Maybe I can still return this Buddy heater. lol

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Hi SuzzeeQ,

Folks have managed to install them in truck campers.

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We bought a wave 8, , about 3 weeks ago
To replace the old original Olympian 6,
We also have a small portable blue flame, that uses canned butane


Options, always have options, and the journey goes much smoother
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oops


“All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.”

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