high altitude furnace question
- I live at 5500 feet, and often drive my class B up to 11000 feet.
My furnace works fine at my home, and not at all at altitude.
I read the archives and determined that this is common, and that
the problem is the thin air not being able to trigger the sail
switch. I think. (If I'm wrong, please enlighten me.)
That being the case, what can I do about it? I'd like to camp in
the winter here in CO, but not without the furnace.
In case it's relevant, I have a Suburban NT12. Thanks for any