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Old 12-27-2012, 05:34 AM   #1
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My Hydro Hot heats great, the question that I have is are there any air filters anywhere to clean or change like on a home furnace? I can't find any info in the owners manual. I would think over time dirt would build up in the blowers and/or coils in the system. The three roof AC units have filters that I clean as needed. Thanks
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Old 12-27-2012, 09:38 PM   #2
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On your Aqua-Hot, It is a good idea to clean (vacuum) the Heat registers located any place inside the coach that you can feel warm air, (good luck not an easy job)
But you can do it youself
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Orman,

Thanks, I don't see any dirt or dust there, but I will vacuum like you suggest. I have a small shop vac that I can use. Also the central vac should work as well. Suprising that on a high end coach, filters were not installed.
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Thanks, I don't see any dirt or dust there, but I will vacuum like you suggest. I have a small shop vac that I can use. Also the central vac should work as well. Suprising that on a high end coach, filters were not installed.
I would get a diagram of the system to see the air flow pathway or call the manufacturer of the Hydro Hot and inquire why there aren't any filters. I expect that you will find it's because none are required
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