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  • Dulce
    DulceRV Pets:
    April 10, 2020How does everyone ensure their pet is safe when left in the RV? We have had power go off in the past and I fear the RV will get too hot for our dog if it happens when we aren’t there.
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    • Dulce
      Dreamers and Travelers/ Tom & Prescott April 10, 2020 Leave windows enough open for cross ventilation and overhead vent to pull out hot air. As parents used to say - "trying to cool the whole neighborhood?" Make sure they have plenty of water too. We limit how long we're gone or take pets with us. Als...  more
    • Dulce
      TheClearyClan April 10, 2020 We had high capacity fans added to two of our roof vents. They have thermostats to turn the fans on and off as needed by the temperature. These fans run on 12 VDC, so would be unaffected by a power outage. We would never be away from the rig for very long...  more
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      • Dulce
        NW Kathy B April 12, 2020 Hey Bob. We had a motor home that had a Whole House Fan like that and we loved it. We now have a 5th wheel that has 2 ceiling fans and I would like to replace them both with thermostatically controlled ceiling fans. Did you do this yourself or did you hav...  more
      • Dulce
        TheClearyClan April 12, 2020 @NW Kathy B,  We had it done by a dealer. We had them installed in roof vents that didn't have fans, so there was some running of wire. The kitchen area was tied into the nearest 12 Volt ceiling light that has a switch near the ...  more
      • Dulce
        Dulce April 13, 2020 How did you connect the fans to the battery? Our travel trailer doesn’t have any outlets that work off the battery.
    • Dulce
      Havyk7416 April 10, 2020 I gave a set of keys to my (trustworthy)neighbors in case of emergency power outage etc. Also leave AC and fan on for them with lots of water.
    • Dulce
      Dave & Joyce - AZ Mountaineers April 10, 2020 I installed a 12V auto type receptacle in Our TT and bought a 12v DC oscillating fan that I leave running in the summer when we are not there for our Cat.Even with AC running I leave overhead vents open and one window cracked.If the AC goes out the fan st...  more
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      • Dulce
        Dulce April 13, 2020 How did you do this? Did you have to hire an electrician?
    • Dulce
      Ann & Jerry April 10, 2020 We use a device that text us if the temperature goes higher or lower than I set it to. We also have auto-gen, that can start the generator if the temperature goes to high.
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      • Dulce
        Dulce April 13, 2020 What devise to you use? I have looked at these but seems you must have good internet for them to work
    • Dulce
      NW Kathy B April 12, 2020 Bob, thanks for that info. The one in the kitchen is already run by 12 volt, so that should be pretty easy. Actually the one in the bedroom is run by 12 volt and a very nice fan, has a remote control and a thermostat sounds a lot like yours. But it also h...  more
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      • Dulce
        TheClearyClan April 13, 2020 @NW Kathy B, We have four vents. The two we did not have the fans put in, we had covered with MaxxAir covers (https://www.airxcel.com/rv/maxxair/products/covers/MaxxAir) to keep rain out and to allow us to open the vents while on the...  more
    • Dulce
      NW Kathy B April 13, 2020 Yep, MaxxAir covers were exactly what we had in the motorhomes. Thanks for that little bit of reminder too.
    • Dulce
      Charlie n Carolyn April 16, 2020 We use MarCell that does not require Internet. You pay a $10 a month (or $99 for a year) fee. Set the temp (high and low) and it will text and/or call your cell phone if temp is outside range or if power is lost. We have had it for 4 years and have never ...  more
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      • Dulce
        Dulce April 16, 2020 Thank you. Will get this ASAP
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