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Old 01-22-2022, 10:16 AM   #1
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Floor heat pipe diagram

Does anyone have a diagram of how the pipes go from your water heater and throw the floor.
Mine is leaking therefore I'm looking for the problem.

I have a 2011 Dutch Star 3734 with a twin temp Jr water heater.

Thanks for any help you can give me
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Does anyone have a diagram of how the pipes go from your water heater and throw the floor.
Mine is leaking therefore I'm looking for the problem.

I have a 2011 Dutch Star 3734 with a twin temp Jr water heater.

Thanks for any help you can give me
Newmar floor heat is electric. Entegra has plumbed floor heat. I am not sure what is leaking.
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So is this an Aquahot system with radiators around the RV?
I assume you are seeing a puddle of antifreeze and therefore a leak? Certainly obviously the leak is right above the puddle when you take into consideration that water might travel horizontally across floor / joists, etc.

Just need to get into the project to find the leak source. Near fittings is the most common. How big of a leak is it? Are you continually having to add coolant?

sorry, not familiar with a "twin temp Jr." heater.
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Old 01-24-2022, 08:58 AM   #4
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I found where it had come apart at the connection.
It was in the cubby on passenger side in front of the back wheel.
I took out the insulation and put on a new clamp to hold it together
I will wait a few days then put new insulation back in there
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Good to hear. thanx for the update.
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