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Old 03-25-2016, 02:47 PM   #21
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I will do that. Thanks klassic.
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Old 03-25-2016, 03:24 PM   #22
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Hi JD... We had numerous issues with our 2015, and finally took it to the factory. The factory service center folks are superb! We made a mini-vacation of it and let them have it for 4 days while we played tourist. They fixed everything, and even caught some things that we hadn't noticed.

They don't have to get authorizations or wait for parts... it's all there along with the specialized tools that may be required. We noticed that they don't just replace parts like a dealer would, the replace entire assemblies, like the whole toilet instead of just a leaky valve.

As far as the tank-less water heater... it's essentially worthless when using the water pump, it simply cant keep up with the constantly changing pressure and rate of flow... you will end up either being scalded or frozen. Dealers does a brisk business changing them out for standard tanked water heaters.
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Old 03-26-2016, 05:46 PM   #23
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I really haven't had a issue w/ the water heater. I've been able to get mine dialed in every time. I assure I have proper pressure coming into the rig, kept the stock showerhead, and followed the instructions on the website to a 'T'.

Good video. Not mentioned but worth considering is that tankless water heaters are more suitable when RV is hooked up to an outside water source. They probably won't satisfy you if drawing from internal FW tank.

One lady posted that she does not turn on the cold water when showering. She controls the water temperature by changing the flow of the hot water. Slower flow equals warmer water as the the water stays in the heater a little longer.
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Old 03-26-2016, 08:24 PM   #24
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Yes we have, to factory rep at RV show, several phone calls and emails and its always big FAT no Response Dealer has tried to help But now it's not good enough So as soon as Owner of dealer gets back in town we going to see if they will make it right the easy way or we going the hard way.

I have been very Patient with them and I'm done WITH JAYCO
Have you called the factory and asked for "Motorized" customer service?
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Old 03-26-2016, 10:02 PM   #25
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Have you called the factory and asked for "Motorized" customer service?
Yes Sir called sent emails several times They know they have Issues with our coach is why they won't call or respond

We bought it in September and Dealer came and got it the very next day and took it to Ford and they tried to fix vibration which they helped it some, I went and got it we used it the first week of October then took it back to Jayco rep with 15 other items that needed to be repaired and the vibration problem and after 500 phone calls and 100 emails we got it back February 1st so we finally used it last weekend for short trip now have new problems plus still have some vibration

I'm waiting until the owner of Jayco dealership where we bought coach gets back in town before I take it back in for more repairs and hope he wants to go the easy route
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Good video. Not mentioned but worth considering is that tankless water heaters are more suitable when RV is hooked up to an outside water source. They probably won't satisfy you if drawing from internal FW tank.

One lady posted that she does not turn on the cold water when showering. She controls the water temperature by changing the flow of the hot water. Slower flow equals warmer water as the the water stays in the heater a little longer.
That's a great point and one I neglected to mention. I run my shower w/ 1/2 hot 'ON' and the cold 'OFF'. Temperature regulation is counter-intuitive. Call for more hot water to cool things down, call for LESS hot water to warm things up. Rarely do I ever use the cold water side.
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