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Old 04-13-2013, 03:19 PM   #15
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Here's what they gave me. Doesn't fit the shower however. You might need to get a whole assembly which includes the outlet and knobs if you want the newer style.
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Does you shower outlet have a normal hose connection?
Mine is completely different.
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Old 04-14-2013, 09:54 PM   #17
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Mine is completely different.
That's what my 2011 looks like.

Protaganist: How did you get Hot water to the external shower outlet?
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Old 04-15-2013, 01:08 AM   #18
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Protaganist: How did you get Hot water to the external shower outlet?
It has a both a hot and cold water valve. I remember seeing some units with the type on yours. I bet they simply ran out of the type used on mine for a few models and then went back to it.

In fact, it was one of the selling points by the dealer-to be able to clean out the black tank without hooking up to an external source.

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Old 04-15-2013, 04:27 AM   #19
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Protaganist: How did you get Hot water to the external shower outlet?
That's the way Jackson Center plumbed it. I didn't have to do anything.
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Old 04-15-2013, 07:31 AM   #20
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Yeah, I forgot that it has the Hot to it. It was late last nite.
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Yeah, I forgot that it has the Hot to it. It was late last nite.
Does it matter if hot is run through it? I mean you only heat water just before a shower or when you need it.

All other times doesn't the water just flow through the tank when it's off?

I know if I use faucet water and turn it to either side it stays cold when hot water is off and pressure remains the same.
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Does it matter if hot is run through it? I mean you only heat water just before a shower or when you need it.

All other times doesn't the water just flow through the tank when it's off?

I know if I use faucet water and turn it to either side it stays cold when hot water is off and pressure remains the same.
AFAIK, you are correct.
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Does it matter if hot is run through it? I mean you only heat water just before a shower or when you need it.

All other times doesn't the water just flow through the tank when it's off?

I know if I use faucet water and turn it to either side it stays cold when hot water is off and pressure remains the same.
When the camping trip is over and it's time to dump the black and gray tanks, I've still got hot water left after washing my breakfast dishes. So, I use that hot water to flush the black tank, courtesy of my modified external shower hose. Helps keep the tank cleaner and less odorous in between trips.

But if you routinely shut off the water heater until right before you take a shower or wash dishes to save on propane, then you probably don't have leftover hot water when you flush your black tank, and it won't matter to you.
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