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Re: Sleepin bags

Post by burlingtonboaby on Tue Jan 24, 2017 7:45 pm

Liz n wrote:Hi Boaby 
The garage thinks it might be the throttle but they are on the case to find the cause. 
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Hi Llz
A Peugeot diagnostic laptop should be able to  highlight any defects, if your garage is unable to locate the problem.
Happy holidays, when you start.
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Post by Liz n on Tue Jan 24, 2017 9:47 pm

Thanks Boaby
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Post by Kingham on Thu Feb 09, 2017 9:09 am

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daveH wrote:Just looking at the Vango Aurora Grande - 220cm long 105cm wide 3 season.

Anyone got any experience of this bag?

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Only three season, so no good for the OP in winter.
A 3 season grade bag will be more than warm enough for winter conditions in an insulated motorhome, raised up from the floor on a mattress and will be fine down to an internal temperature of -5 deg C

A full winter 4 season, or even 5 graded sleeping bag would be far too hot to be used inside a motorhome.

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