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Old 03-23-2019, 08:31 AM   #1
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Wet bay heat 2016 American Eagle

What controls the wet bay heat in our Eagle? Wr are headed home to below freezing temps. I am concerned about freeze damage. We just traded our Diplomat for this coach at the FMCA event in Perry GA
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One of the zone thermostats. If you have 3 zones, I think it's the center one. If two zones, I think the rear.


Coaches with Aquahot may be handled different than those with furnaces. Is there an Aquahot outlet (fan & heater) in the basement?
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The wet bay felt warmaqua hot is working. Everthing is so different from previous Monaco
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On our 2011 it runs off the aquahot zone 2 pump and its automatic. Comes on at 45 ish. We have a remote thermostat in the wet bay and also had an issue where the fan didn't come on due to a blown fuse. We have a basic rocker switch to turn it on and off manually if needed.
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Thanks i will look tomorrow
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So you bought that Eagle... nice coach! I think you have the Firefly control system in it if I remember correctly. You should have a selection for Bay heat and you can set that temperature separately from the other zones.
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My 2016 Rev has a mechanical thermostat just above the water pump. Behind cover of course.
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