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Old 03-16-2015, 08:50 AM   #11
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I will have to check mine again, if it doesn't have one, I will make one. When I called the service dept, they told me I had to remove the 2 screws holding the panel next to the heater, remove the panel, and reach in. It was kind of like that game years ago where you had to put your foot on one color, and your hands on another. Basically have to crawl half in the storage compartment to get to it.
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Old 03-16-2015, 10:25 AM   #12
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I will have to check mine again, if it doesn't have one, I will make one. When I called the service dept, they told me I had to remove the 2 screws holding the panel next to the heater, remove the panel, and reach in. It was kind of like that game years ago where you had to put your foot on one color, and your hands on another. Basically have to crawl half in the storage compartment to get to it.
Yeah, if there wasn't an access panel from the bottom bunk, I would make one. Be careful you don't cut anything that's not supposed to be cut!
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Old 03-16-2015, 08:09 PM   #13
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Thanks, first thing I did when I got home this evening was check for the access door, and sure enough, there it was! That will make winterizing a breeze, compared to what I went through before the winter.
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Old 03-16-2015, 09:59 PM   #14
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Ok!!! I have water and hot water!! I haven't had time to sanitize and flush my holding tanks, but I hooked up my water hose to city water to flush out my system. I went back and closed off my hot water heater and started w/ the cold water through all faucets. Then I opened my hot water tank. And here's where it gets tricky..with my model, the HWT is behind a wall/partition and I couldn't see the bypass valve and return line valve. Once the tank was filled and tested the pressure valve, I turned on the gas and it lit as advertised. But since I wasn't getting hot water after about 30 min, I got to wondering what was wrong. I got the manual out again and went into "the basement" feeling around for the two missing valves...and voila there they were along the floor, behind a 8-10" protection wall. Turned return valve to in line, closed bypass valve and hot water now flows.

It was funny, I hooked the hose up, pushed water and the first leak was the outside shower!! Turns out the shower head wasn't even connected to the hose!!!! And it still leaks a little at the fitting...doesn't seem like it's a tight fit from hose to head. The hose wiggles inside the connection. I even tried Teflon tape on threads, but no good. Gonna call dealer about it tomorrow to see if there's a washer missing to make a tighter fit.

Thanks for. All the great advise on here and continued patience for fresh meat such as myself
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