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Old 10-02-2009
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Default Aqua-Hot Electric – 2003 LXI

Can anyone tell me where the breaker for the Aqua-Hot electric element is located 2003 LXI? I worked on coach today and we could not find any way to shut off the electric element. There did not appear to be a breaker in the panel for the Aqua-Hot The element was energized and we could find no way to turn it off.

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Old 10-02-2009
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Roger, I have a 2000 LXI..breaker is in the bedroom electric panel.
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Old 10-02-2009
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Roger,

On my '02 LXi, the electric heater element is controlled by a breaker in the 120V AC distribution panel in the bedroom.
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Old 10-02-2009
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Default RE: Aqua-Hot Electric - 2003 LXI

David

Thanks for the lightning fast response.

How is the breaker labeled? There did not appear to be any breaker labeled that could be for the Aqua-Hot. We did not take the time to turn on / off each breaker to trace it down.

We were also confused which heating zone was for which area. It appeared to us that thermostat zone 1 was for the Aqua-Hot “A“ zone (front), thermostat zone 2 was for electric heater in the kitchen area (was not connected to Aqua-Hot) and thermostat zone 3 was for the Aqua-Hot “C” (rear) zone.

It appeared that the Aqua-Hot “B” zone (middle) was exclusively for the bay heater.

Can you offer any information?

This is not a “standard” Aqua-Hot layout.

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Old 10-02-2009
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Roger,

It should say "Hot Water Heater". The 3 zone Dometic thermostat has:

Zone 1: AquaHot in the Salon area
Zone 2: Electric kickboard heaters in the Galley area
Zone 3: AquaHot in the Bedroom

I have 2 additional thermostats in the bath area, one is labeled "Electric" for kickboard electric heaters in the Bath area, and one is labeled "AquaHot" for AH in the Bath area.

I think Zone 3 is shared with the Basement.
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Roger,

I discovered in my 97 43PT, that though the electric element was marked in the AC electric panel, it was not the correct breaker...I had to locate the correct on the old fashoned way, turn off each breaker one at a time uuntill you find the correct one, then correct the panel.

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Old 06-14-2010
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David

Thanks for the lightning fast response.

How is the breaker labeled? There did not appear to be any breaker labeled that could be for the Aqua-Hot. We did not take the time to turn on / off each breaker to trace it down.

Can you offer any information?

This is not a “standard” Aqua-Hot layout.

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It's a 20A breaker # 22 in my coach labeled "Water Heater"
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Old 06-14-2010
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Roger,

Mine had a breaker in the breaker box labeled "water heater", but it was not, I had to turn off each breaker one at a time to finally locate the actual breaker.

I don't have that coach anymore, so I can't look, and I don't remember which was the correct breaker, just that it was not the one marked for it.

Steve
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My '99 LXi 43' had the AquaHot breaker marked "Water Heater". (Was Correct)

Zone # 1 = Front
Zone # 2 = Bath (+bays which had their own T-Stat but were slaved off the bath zone)
Zone # 3 = Bedroom
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