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Old 05-15-2014, 05:14 PM   #11
Join Date: Feb 2013
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
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Was able to grab some time today from a mobile RV tech and determined that when the Portable Electric Hydronic Heater would start, it would draw over 6 amps. Who would have thought it would draw that much.

He was also able to replace the Hot Water electric heat element too so we're in good shape now.

So we'll bring the heater with us for the weekend and when hooked up to a 50amp line at the camp site, we'll see how things go.

Thanks again to all that posted a reply.


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