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Old 08-09-2016, 02:25 PM   #1
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2006 Jayco Greyhawk 30GS water heater by pass

posting for a friend.....Anybody else out there have a 2006 Jayco Greyhawk 30GS? We (just) bought ours from an individual who had little background on the unit and I'm finding the owners manual to be nearly worthless... My question... Where is the hot water heater bypass? The heater is located under the rear wardrobe, but short of using a hammer, the panel that I think should lift right out... doesn't. If I know I'm going about it the right way, I'll apply more "effort". Thanks!
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Old 08-09-2016, 10:23 PM   #2
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On my Grayhawk 29mv the switch is on the heater

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A switch? I hadn't thought of that... I've been looking for valves. But I don't recall seeing a switch either, but I'll look harder. So you have no ready access to the heater other than the outside panel? Thanks for the comment (and thanks gingsnap for posting for me).
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Thanks what kind of water heater do you have?? is it the 6 gallon or one of the new tankless??? where is your water heater located under the wardrobe???
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This water heater is under the wardrobe so to have access the bottom of the wardrobe has to come out??? Is this correct?? this is a 2006 and it is a 6 gallon not tankless..
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ok I called Jayco the bypass is in the water heater compartment on the exterior of the unit
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Mystery solved... It's where you'd expect it to be, the panel under the wardrobe does remove (with great effort... It's wedged in). Once out of the way it's obvious. They should have cut a finger hold in it... That would have made it both obvious and easy.
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