Newcsn Posted January 23 Share Posted January 23 We’ve never driven the coach long distance in the winter/freezing temps. The coach is winterized & we won’t be de-winterizing until we get to a location where temps are consistently above freezing. Obviously, our heat pumps will not function in these kind of temps & we’ll want to utilize our Aqua Hot for heat in the coach. Are there any issues with using the Aqua Hot for heat while the domestic water coil is winterized with RV antifreeze? Also, we’ll be boondocking a couple evenings on our journey to warmer confines, will we need to run the generator at night or will the house batteries keep the Aqua Hot heat exchangers/fans running? Any other things we should consider on our first freezing temp journey? Thanks so much! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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