UltraHeat 13.5VDC 40 Gallon RV Tank Heater

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Protect your holding tanks from freezing in cold temperatures.
Price: $121.00
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UltraHeat 13.5VDC 40 Gallon RV Tank Heater Description

All UltraHeat® Tank Heaters are thermostatically controlled, they turn "ON" automatically when the holding tank temperature is 44° F (7° C) and turns "OFF" automatically when the liquid in the holding tank reaches 64°F (18°C.) All heaters have an easy to apply molecular bonding adhesive that adheres to any clean surface.

UltraHeat 13.5VDC 40 Gallon RV Tank Heater Additional Information

Item # 18726
Brand Ultraheat
Model M-1200
Features 13.5VDC
Amperage Draw: 9.9A
Wattage: 133.7 watts
Dimensions 12" x 20"
Warranty 1 Year
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LTL Freight No

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The order came quickly, which was good, because I live in the mountains and we were getting a snow storm.
My son had no problem in installing the heaters. I live in my rv full time, and I live in the mountains. They are working great, the weather has been cooled, down in the 17 at night.
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Very happy with order
On time. Great place to order from.
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So far so good-
I was looking for a replacement heater for my gray tank since it fell off this past year. My only advice is to make sure of the size! When it arrived it was twice the size I thought it was, although it looked correct in the picture. I ended up putting the replacement on the black tank- it fit across the entire bottom of the tank and re-glued the old black heater to the gray tank. We'll see how long these remain in place, otherwise it worked out well.

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