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Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: New Martinsville, West Virginia
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Gelling is a diffrent issue than plugging in and using a GFI, but at thoes temps, yeah, you might be concerned with gelling. Depends on if they blend the fuel you buy in your area.
However, I agree with the advice above... If you have a reset button on the recptical, it should be a GFI, and will protect things as needed. As said, timer is optional, but will save electricity if you are on a normal schedule. I am not, never know when I'm gonna be leaving, so my truck is plugged in when parked at home, or at the shop, if it's sittin all day... If you always leave at a set time each morning, set your timer to kick on 3-4 hours before you leave, and you won't be wasting electricity.
Good luck... stay warm!!!
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