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12v heated tanks

Post  Northern Jay on Sun Apr 12, 2009 10:49 am

This is the first time that I have had heated tanks (12v) in any of my trailers. Do you have to have a certain amount of "liquid" in the tanks before you turn them on to prevent them from burning out? and are there heaters in every tank? Anyone with experience with these heaters? It gets cold overnight up here in Alberta in early/late season and I think I will be using these a lot.

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Re: 12v heated tanks

Post  Mike on Mon Apr 13, 2009 2:18 pm

You don't have to have anything in there. those heaters keep the tanks around 50 degrees so it's not like a water heater where there is a danger of burning out from high heat

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