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Old 12-04-2013, 09:32 AM   #15
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Thanks mel. If I get it wright I think if I run my gen all night with the h/w on and my furnace on that I should be OK
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Thanks mel. If I get it wright I think if I run my gen all night with the h/w on and my furnace on that I should be OK
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You should be fine, (battery wise), IF you have enough propane to run the furnace, frige and WH on LP, AND IF you have an inverter/charger that charges your house batteries.... even if you only run the genset for 1 or 2 hours before you go to bed and again for a few hours in the morning.
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I truly want to thank all of you for your help.
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We are also in Texas with temps projected to hit in the high 20's overnight this weekend. Our coach is stored outside with no shore power. Leaving next weekend for a month trip and don't want to winterize if we can help it. We have an Aqua Hot system and were told by our coach dealer that we can run the diesel burner on the Aqua Hot, turn on one furnace zone to 50 and the basement furnace thermostat will automatically turn on to keep the compartments from freezing. We were told we do not need the inverter on to run the Aquahot deisel burner. Anyone have any experience running their Aqua hot furnace for short periods of freezing temps without shore power?
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