JR 30" x 13" RV Holding Tank Heater

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Specifically designed to prevent freeze-ups in RV holding and fresh water tanks. Thermostatically controlled and activates when tank reaches approx. 34 deg F.
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JR 30" x 13" RV Holding Tank Heater Description

Aluminum foil covered heater (30"x13") with pressure sensitive adhesive backing for easy installation. It is also recommended that the heater be strapped to the tank for extra support. To keep moisture out from under the heater you should always use some kind of vinyl or nylon tape and seal completely around the edges.

Dual Voltage protects while driving or parked; 12Volt DC while driving, 120 Volt AC when parked and connected to an AC system.

Freeze Protection:
15 Gallon Tank Requires 1 Heating Pad.
30 Gallon Tank Requires 2 Heating Pads.
45 Gallon Tank Requires 3 Heating Pads.

JR 30" x 13" RV Holding Tank Heater Additional Information

Item # 18958
Brand JR Products
Model HTH-A
Features Heater draws approx. 1 amp AC and 10 amps DC.
Dual Voltage:12V DC / 120V AC.
Thermostatically Controlled
Included 4" ground and 6ยด molded cord and plug for 120V.
22" ground and position wire for 12V system.
Dimensions 30" x 13"
Made in Mexico
Net Weight .8
Gross Weight 1.55
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LTL Freight No

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05:21 pm (GMT)
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heatpad for holding tanks
the only problem I had was the glue to adhere to tank was very weak .I used a heat gun to heat it up to stick then put gorilla tape on all sides to make sure it stayed.
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Almost Perfect
Installed onto a diesel fuel tank. It was actually replacing the same product that came factory installed. Easy installation, easy wiring works perfectly. No problems, and I will recommend Dyers to others looking for this product.
12:09 am (GMT)
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what to exspect
installed on a hoarse trailer .the tanks are low to ground and on first trip one came down so I put it back up and sealed edges with silicone but the problem was it did not have enough bounding grip. not a problem since it was held on by a tank strap . new trailer and we did clean it with alchol pryer to install. all is good.like the 110 and 12v for towing when genset is off.
03:22 pm (GMT)
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So far so good
Only had it a short while so I don't know how well it will hold up. Mine is a Colorado Mountain rig, so it's going to get a work out. Make sure you do a good job cleaning your tank first and the adhesive holds very well.

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