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Questions & Answers
What should I do with my electric boosted dux solar hot water system in winter when I am away on holiday for 3 months. I live in Barossa Valley Sth Australia which is prone to severe frosts.
We hope we have answered your concern in your other post. If you didn't receive it, here it is:
Please ensure that the power to the solar module is left turned on at the power point, this will allow the solar module to circulate water to the collectors, providing frost protection.
The element can be powered on, but it should be powered back on a minimum of 24hrs before first use (perhaps arrange this with a neighbour), this is to ensure that the water is sanitized in accordance with AS3498.
Also run the taps to bleed any hydrogen out of the tank, ensure that there are no sources of ignition when this is occurring.
For any concerns, you can email directly firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dux Team
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