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Old 05-28-2017, 01:07 PM   #1
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We have a 2011 Winnebago Tour 40CD and the problem we are having is heat coming from the Aqua Hot radiator below the left side of kitchen counter top while the thermostat is set to off. This effects the air conditioners as the sensor for the thermostat is on the left side of the kitchen cabinet and the cabinet is warm from the radiator therefore the air conditioners continue run until you can hang meat in here. The only way I can get them to cycle as they should is raise the thermostat set point to 87 degrees. Should the radiators be warm or is that abnormal. I do not hear any pumps running at the Aqua Hot unit.
Has anyone else had this problem? Hope this is not a duplicate as I searched many different way and found nothing.

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We have a 2011 Winnebago Tour 40CD and the problem we are having is heat coming from the Aqua Hot radiator below the left side of kitchen counter top while the thermostat is set to off. This effects the air conditioners as the sensor for the thermostat is on the left side of the kitchen cabinet and the cabinet is warm from the radiator therefore the air conditioners continue run until you can hang meat in here. The only way I can get them to cycle as they should is raise the thermostat set point to 87 degrees. Should the radiators be warm or is that abnormal. I do not hear any pumps running at the Aqua Hot unit.
Has anyone else had this problem? Hope this is not a duplicate as I searched many different way and found nothing.

Thanks,
Jim
Early on in my Coach - but a long time ago - we had a similar problem - solution was to move the sensor to inside the A/C - all work well now.

Just ordered a new sensor placed it in the A/C and this was the easy fix.

Best of Luck,
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It sounds like you have a bad check valve. It must be stuck open allowing the hot boiler fluid to circulate by convection through the radiator. Check the aqua hot control panel to make sure the pump is not running. I have herd if you tap on the check valve with a hammer it might free up.
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Thank you Ron Postma. That was the problem
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It sounds like you have a bad check valve. It must be stuck open allowing the hot boiler fluid to circulate by convection through the radiator. Check the aqua hot control panel to make sure the pump is not running. I have herd if you tap on the check valve with a hammer it might free up.


Where is this check value located in the unit? Thanks
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On the 450 unit they are on the lower side where the two loop pumps are located. They are right at the side of the unit and on mine are brass. The pumps are connected to the check valves. Between the burner and the side of the cabinet.
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The check valve closest to the inside of the cabinet controls the heat to the front of the coach according to the Aqua Hot techs.
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