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Old 09-20-2014, 07:44 AM   #1
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I have a 1999 sunline 26 footer (t2553). Was wondering if there is a filter on this furnace, like the one on home units. Also, are these furnaces all loud when blowing warm air? Thanks!

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Hi Dave. No, there are no filters on trailer furnaces. Yes the furnaces are loud , in part because the blower motor is 12 volt DC and are loud compared 120 volt AC motors.
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Thank you! It's good to know that nothing is wrong. Love this SunlineForum.

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Get yourself an electric heater. those propane heaters suck propane like it's going out of style. I have a Vornado heater I got at a garage sale for $15.00 and I use it into Nov to heat my T2553.
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Agreed the electric heater will keep it warn I usually warm the camper up with the furnace then switch to electric heat. I had no electric once while camping so I left the heat on and woke up wondering why I had camped at the air port would have bet a jet had just taken off. The furnace will heat the camper and do it well but you pay for it with the fuel usage and noise I guess some can sleep through it I'm one that can't.
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