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Old 06-23-2015, 11:32 AM   #1
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purchased used Beaver Patriot but no books on it. went on line and managed to get a few.
We were told our hot water would come from our aqua hot but we have hot water without it running. So we must have an electric water heater also.
Because we do not stay in the coach all the time we would .like to shut it off but we don't know where the switch is, Called the people we bought it from but they had no idea. Can some one help us out.
While I am here thanks for all the imput on how to stay warm while traveling in winter. Thanks again
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Need to know the yr, & model to help.
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Look at AC breakers. If not labeled - turn them all off - run water till no hot water - then turn on one at a time every hour or two checking for warm water each time.
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If you have an Agua Hot system, the on/off is for heating your rig. It runs automatically from the best power source to also provide hot water. There should be an indicator panel on the Auqa Hot system showing its status.

Also the Aqua Hot manuals are all available online.


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