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Old 07-12-2014, 12:06 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by dons2346 View Post
If you want to call it a heat exchanger fine, whatever blows your socks off. However your statement that it is internal is totally wrong
I said it is internal to the water heater. There are two pipe connections going to the water heater where the coolant lines attach, that makes the heat exchanger internal to the water heater.

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We have a 2002 and our Hurricane diesel boiler heats the coach and our hot water. We have had some issues with it. 1. Fuel lines needed to be replaced. Likely due to changes in the fuel that cause some lines to go bad. 2. We had to have a little metal chimney welded on when it came off. 3. Regular service a couple of times. Our coach also has three heat pumps.

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Old 07-15-2014, 07:21 AM   #17
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So you have an all electric coach with the 110v marine HWH. Are you able to heat water only when you are running the heat or can you get it anytime without the heaters on?

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