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Old 09-02-2017, 09:51 PM   #1
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Hydro hot / generator

I have a 2004 Essex with a hydro hot system. Can anyone tell me what is the lowest fuel tank level before the hydro hot stops picking up fuel? Is the generator set at the same level? And do you know if all Newmar's are the same when it comes to this? Thanks in advance.
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I have read the fuel supply for both is around the quarter tank level. I have never tested this.
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I have read the fuel supply for both is around the quarter tank level. I have never tested this.

Also heard both are around 1/4. Never tested on Newmar. My old Endeavor was more like 1/3 tank (generator). Found out the hard way.
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I contacted Newmar and they told me "rule of thumb is no lower than 1/4 tank for both Generator and Hydro Hot System" so your both correct. Thanks for replying.
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I contacted Newmar and they told me "rule of thumb is no lower than 1/4 tank for both Generator and Hydro Hot System" so your both correct. Thanks for replying.

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