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Old 10-10-2016, 05:09 PM   #15
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I believe page 17 in the link I provided above shows the heat exchanger. I never had to do anything to mine so I'm not to hip on it.

How did your home in Flagler make out in the storm?
Our neighbor in port orange lost his pool cage we had no damage at all.
So based on what's been posted so far, this device I gather that it does NOT provide Fresh Hot Water like an Aqua-Hot unit.

From what Mike Brez has posted it appears the unit consists only of the Webasto burner and heat exchangers. Nothing to heat hot water for coach use.

My house in Flagler Beach sustained mild roof damage, mostly just missing some shingles. The Norfolk Pine tree in the back yard is missing lots of branches. My brothers' house which is a mobile in a senior community sustained more damage but not nearly as much as others in the same complex. We are both headed from NY to Florida early tomorrow morning to do the repairs and help others that need assistance. We'll be back in one week and then around the middle of November, my wife and I will head back to Florida for the winter season.

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This system will also heat the water in the water heater.
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How does it accomplish that task? Is there a separate heat exchanger in the hot water heater? Does the water heater have a separate electric assist? Is the hot water tank separate from the Webasto burner?

Sorry about all of the questions but this is the first I have been exposed to a system like this. It doesn't seem to have a normal Aqua-Hot model number.

I like learning about RV systems that I am unfamiliar with.

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My water heater works on motor aid,propane,electric and the webasto.
There is just a coil in the water heater.
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Did you get it running? If so what was the problem just for future reference.
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Not yet, I trying starting it again today and the Webasto wouldn't even start up. I think now that I have a problem with the Webasto electrical system somewhere.


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I have a full tank of fuel, but now it wont even start up when I turn on the switches for the Webasto.


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I would try calling Rixen Enterprises in Sandy, OR. 800-925-6260. Don't know if they can help, but they do work on them.


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I was looking at my manual. There looks like there are 4 fuses. Looks like they are located in the controll panel. Page 37 on the link I posted in post #4

Are your batteries fully charged? I think I read somewhere that they need to be over 11.something volts.
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Yes, the batteries are fully charged and at 12.5 to 13 volts. It started up again today, but will not light up. I do think it's not getting any fuel to the system. I still have air bubbles in the fuel filters. I also think it has bad fuel lines that need to be replaced. My generators fuel lines are also in need to be replaced because there leaking every time I turn on the generator.
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If you have air in your fuel lines then you also have dirt. With the new fuel line I would include a new filter and spray nozzle.


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Try this PDF

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