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Old 02-02-2014, 06:48 AM   #1
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Aquahot to Oasis conversion

Have a aquahot 431 in my coach. I already replace it once because of a cracked tank. And sure enough my current unit is now leaking from exhaust and won't hold pressure check at all. I'm officially done with aqua hot the fact that they cost so much and don't use a stainless boiler tank I'm not willing to spend another dollar on the company's products. So I'm wondering If anyone has switched over a aquahot to oasis. What was involved?
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I haven't heard of oasis
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I just read a post that a guy converted his for 4800.00
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Foretravel used to use Oasis and I have not heard any complaints. THey have less coolant so they run longer as they have less of a heat sink.
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Oasis also has 2 electric elements.
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We just had our Aqua Hot removed and replaced by a Pro Temp system.
The only draw back is that it runs off of propane rather than diesel.
We have a family of 5 and use our moho about 30 weekends out of the year.
So far we love the system. We haven't ran out of hot water yet!
Our AH system had sat for a long time before we purchased our rv. We were tired of pouring money into a 15 year old unit.
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