Alde when mobile

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  1. Brian and Jo

    Brian and Jo Funster Life Member

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    hey guys,can you just tell me please is it ok to run the Alde heating on gas when mobile?
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    Yes!
     
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    Wow thanks Brian ,2 minutes for a reply and people ask is MHF good value for money:rolleyes: there is only one answer to that YES(y)
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    Hi Brian & Jo

    Don't you have the heat exchanger option.

    Martin
     
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    We also have the Alde heat exchanger which will allow us to run the habitation heating off the engine but I haven't tried that so far .... waiting for the colder weather which seems to be on the way now!
     
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    It works, gives hot water in the tank and Heating on the thermostat.

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    Hi Martin yes have got that option but like Brian haven't tried it yet:rolleyes:
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    I reckon you will soon;)Brrr.

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    Certainly feels like you're right there it's bl$%y freezing here in Kent today .... sitting in moho with heating on while waiting for family to arrive for lunch.:rolleyes:
     
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    Don't have a heat exchanger but the ordinary Alde runs while we drive.
    In the past we have just left it switched on 24/7 but we do have the Truma gas crash thingy fitted.

    Richard.
     
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