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Old 05-06-2016, 03:27 PM   #1
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2006 Hydro Hot vs 2007+ Aqua Hot

We're looking as several CC Magna coaches and there seems to have been a change...Up 2006 they had Hydro Hot systems, but starting in 2007 they changed to Aqua Hot.

Is there any difference or additional performance between the two?


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There really is no difference. Prior to that year the hydrohot was smaller than the Aquahot. Beginning 2007 all were called Aquahot with model designation to describe size and features.

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The biggest differences between the Hydro-Hot and the Aqua-Hot in that time frame is that the Hydro-Hot only has two heating pumps, versus three on the Aqua-Hot, may or may not have a basement heater and has a six gallon hot water coil versus a 12 gallon hot water coil on the Aqua-Hot. I am surprised to see that CC used the Hydro-Hot in that model, but they knew what they were doing so I would not sweat it. I think you will have plenty of heat. You will probably always have to use the diesel when you take a shower versus being able to have enough hot water for a shower using electricity on the Aqua-Hot. My only experience is with the Aqua-Hot.
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