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  • Mark & Patricia
    Mark & PatriciaWinnebago:
    June 28, 2020We recently inherited a 2002 Adventurer and cannot figure out how to turn down the hot water heater. It is scalding hot and the manual isn’t helping. Ideas? Any input is appreciated.
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      Cajunville (John & Laurie) - Roamie Award Nominee June 28, 2020 Most, if not all, RV hot water heaters have set thermostats -- that is you cannot adjust them. Some from Winnebago have a mixing valve right after the hot water comes out of the hot water heater to mix a bit of cold water with the hot. This can be adjuste...  more
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        Mark & Patricia June 28, 2020 Will look to see if ours has the value.
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      Charles & Sharon June 28, 2020 Our old Atwood WH failed this winter past and the local park tech, Pat, said he could install a new Dometic.  He did this and I asked if he could lower the temperature a bit: his response was " why would you want to do this?"  The gist was that ...  more
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      Mike and Margie June 28, 2020 Most Winnebago's use an Atwood hot water heater, if the one in your coach is an Atwood, watch this video about how to make your non-adjustable hot water heater, adjustable.     www.rvtravel.com/video-how-to-install-an-adjustabl...  more
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      Mark & Patricia June 28, 2020 Thanks! We do have an Atwood. Have watched the recommended video. Looks easy enough.
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      Jim Jean & JC June 29, 2020 It's set to be that hot so that a little bit goes a long way since you only have a few gallons of hot water to work with.
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        TheHabMan July 16, 2020 You nailed it.  With only 6-10 galls of hot water, it needs to be hotter than your home unit to stretch further. If you turn it down, you better get good at 3 minute showers.   
    • Mark & Patricia
      Staggerlee November 5, 2020 You can always take a sailors shower. Turn on get wet, turn off lather up the eek turn on again to rinse. And always for dry camping.
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