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Old 03-29-2011, 12:54 PM   #1
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Hot water

I have a 2011 2901 Newmar. Does anyone know how to increase the hot water Temp?
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Hi exracer,
Welcome to iRV2 and the Newmar owners forum. As best I know, Newmar coaches have Suburban hot water heaters. The thermostat is set at the factory. There is no way to change the temp. Usually, the complaint is the water is too hot.

If the water is not hot enough, check the outside shower faucet and make sure both are off. There is also a bypass valve for winterizing the HWH. Make sure these valves are in the correct position.
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If only the shower is not hot enough, but the other taps are OK, your problem is probably with the "anti-scald" feature built into the faucet in the shower. It can be adjusted easily, but each brand is different.
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