I probably would not recommend using the water recirculation idea in a TT as it only has a 5 or 10 gal hot water heater, and unlike the 50+ hot water heater at home the heater would constantly be starting up to re-heat the water and the pump will eat away at your remaining battery Ah.
So here are my 2 designs:
... THE MANUAL WAY is to drill a hole in the top of the sink's counter top, insert a nice FANCY tube (Keep DW happy) that is sticking up... take the kitchen faucet hose, hold it over the decorative tube, turn on the hot water.. the water goes into the tube that has a hose under the sink that drains into the fresh water tank... water is ready to be used again... (use the heat sensors in the finger tips to notify the brain when the heated water has reached the faucet.) GUARANTEED TO WORK
- (1) 3' length of clear 3/4" hose
- (1) Fancy piece of pipe (for above sink)
- (1) 3/4" Tee fitting (splice water input hose (from outside filler) insert Tee and connect hose to fancy piece of pipe on top of the sink
OR... THE ELECTRONIC WAY
the FUN way.. a few more $$$$, some additional time, parts, debugging, testing, head scratching and then something to brag about
Here is the initial schematic to accomplish the same thing as the MANUAL version... Take a look at it... have you been able to figure out how it works?
I will post the instructions once you scratched your head a few times.
PARTS (not all parts (2 electric valves (1) NO and (1) NC) or which thermostat to use in the final selection of parts)
2013 Jayco Eagle 284BHS
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