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Old 05-15-2014, 12:11 AM   #15
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hey John....that's a tempting little mod ain't it.....

a heated "wet" bath.....now is that decadent or what?...!!! LOL.....that 2" duct is so close (in my trailer) it's just itchin' to be done.....you're right about sourcing out parts from boat stores.....I found a nice little, white louvered vent that would just do the trick (I bought it)......all I need now is the courage to start cutting a hole in the fiberglass (always a challenge)....would be sweet though....hopefully it happens before fall
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Old 05-15-2014, 02:50 AM   #16
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Glad I read this thread. I have been thinking about doing the same thing with my bathroom. However I'm wondering if I'm better off not heating it to keep the heat in the main area of the camper.

I suppose I could block it if desired
The other issue I have is the bathroom window is the only single pane window in the camper. I'd like to replace it with double pane but it seems like an un eves day expense given the bathroom is not heated.

It might be a nice pair of mods to do at some point.

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Thanks for the venting explanation. I have been considering running a branch vent to the bath to take the chill off the cold weather camping we do. The furnace is certainly able to handle the branch diversion. Just have to fashion some kinda hood to keep the shower water out. Boat suppliers have provided some ideas. Pics to follow some day/year.



I vented my battery, but it's hard to find fault with your logic. In the end I wonder how much gas is really generated.



Cheers, john
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B 17 CB.....elec reno done....

Nice looking camper Francois.
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