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Old 12-30-2015, 11:01 AM   #1
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Hydro Hot basement heat ?? no fan at heater vent in basement

Hello all , 2003 TS select 45 ft , I am getting ready to head into OR. for the winter, testing my basement heat i hear what i think is a pump come on when i set the basement thermostat .
The two hoses going to the heater register just under the water pump get hot.
1. should a fan come on like inside the coach?
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Mike ... I don't think I've heard a fan come on ... but it does stay warm down there ... we have ours set at about 55
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On our Essex the fan comes on even when the Hydro Hot unit isn't running when the setting gets to the temp setting.
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The two hoses going to the heater register just under the water pump get hot.
1. should a fan come on like inside the coach?
If you have a heat register in the basement, you should hear its fan kick in when it runs properly.

Have you switched on the white thermostat in the basement? On mine, it's above the house water pump on curb side bay ahead of rear axles. It controls the fan...the upstairs thermostat controls the heated water from the Hydro-Hot to the register.
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