Hydro-Hot heating during winter storage?
My coach (2005 Mountain Aire DP) will be stored outdoors in central Oregon for about 3 weeks in December. It has been winterized, including the Hydro-Hot system, but it is my understanding that the Hydro-Hot can still be used for heating. A fellow MH owner, who stores his coach in an unheated indoor space, says he leaves his Aqua-Hot running on electrical all winter. While my coach is in storage it will have a 50-amp connection.
Would it be wise to leave the electric heat element running and the Hydro-Hot on to provide minimal heating while itís in storage or would it be best to just leave it all turned off for the three weeks?
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2005 Newmar 43 ft. MADP, Cummins ISL 400HP, 2008 Honda CR-V toad