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Old 01-15-2008, 04:04 PM   #1
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I was holding 55 degrees in the motorhome using electric Aqua hot. It was 30 degrees outside and I turned on the desiel side of heat and could not get it above 60 degrees in 1 1/2 hours. Hot air was being discharged but 60 is not enough. I noticed the cold air coming out under the side window curtains for the dual pane windows was very cold. The air gap is very narrow on these windows. Disappointed with both problems, anyone else?
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I was holding 55 degrees in the motorhome using electric Aqua hot. It was 30 degrees outside and I turned on the desiel side of heat and could not get it above 60 degrees in 1 1/2 hours. Hot air was being discharged but 60 is not enough. I noticed the cold air coming out under the side window curtains for the dual pane windows was very cold. The air gap is very narrow on these windows. Disappointed with both problems, anyone else?
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The Aqua Hot on my coach works like a champ. I set it at 71 and it keeps it there with no problem. You mention that you had cold air coming in around your window, I would have that checked and resealed as needed.
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