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Old 08-21-2019, 11:54 PM   #1
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Does the Oasis system need to be bypassed when sanitizing the water system?

I've read several threads and watched videos on sanitizing the water system and some mention to bypass the water heater by turning the bypass valves. Is this a consideration with the Oasis system since it's not a conventional water heater? If so, I don't see any bypass valves in the Oasis bay. Is the Oasis unit bypassed when it's turned off or do in need to look elsewhere for bypass valves?
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The Oasis heat system is a closed system. You do not need to do anything to it when sanitizing the fresh water system.

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Not real familiar with all the systems, Oasis or Aquahot, some may just be a closed system to heat the coach and filled with a type of antifreeze. Others are a two part system and also provide the hot domestic water for showers, washing dishes etc., and I think it would be wise to sanitize the water heater part along with the rest of the water system.
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The Oasis heat system is a closed system. You do not need to do anything to it when sanitizing the fresh water system.

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The Oasis heat system is a closed system. You do not need to do anything to it when sanitizing the fresh water system.

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