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Old 12-03-2015, 04:33 PM   #21
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Also the hp doesn't provide any heat to the basement where the water lines are.
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Old 12-03-2015, 05:28 PM   #22
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Yep that's what I figured......PLUS just remembered that the hp would be useless in sub zero temps anyway. Thanks guys.
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I don't think 15 amp service will handle the start up on the motor. Even in the coach each A/C unit is serviced by a 20 amp breaker on each side of the 220 legs coming in. The short answer I don't think so.
Why not install 50A service at the house near the coach?

I have indoor storage for mine and it was not that much to install. I also have a sewer dump. Now if I install a satellite antenna on the roof, it will be just like being hooked up at the park
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Here is a photo of the ducts. The ones that come loose are those hanging from the ceiling in the upper right corner behind the water filter.
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Old 12-03-2015, 07:50 PM   #25
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Why not install 50A service at the house near the coach?

I have indoor storage for mine and it was not that much to install. I also have a sewer dump. Now if I install a satellite antenna on the roof, it will be just like being hooked up at the park
Store the 5er about 75 yards from the house under a tall RV carport. In the planning stages ditch witching 30 or 50amp cable to it.
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Here is a photo of the ducts. The ones that come loose are those hanging from the ceiling in the upper right corner behind the water filter.
You need to move that filter to a better place!
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I moved mine to the dumpster?

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Old 12-03-2015, 08:42 PM   #28
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Tom, that makes sense to me, I always wondered why these rv heat pumps won't work in cold weather. Thanks
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You need to move that filter to a better place!
That is what I need to do.
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