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Old 06-28-2016, 11:29 AM   #15
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Keep in mind. If you are getting hot water in the kitchen. The switch will not fix missing hot water in the shower. Unless you have two totally seperate hot water systems which I have never heard of in a coach.

Hate for you to go out on a trip and expecting a flip of a switch to solve the cold shower issue.

Really think it is the shower valve that mixes the hot and cold at the shower fixture.
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Yes it is still hot even after it sits for a few days.
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Yes it is still hot even after it sits for a few days.
That indicates the Aquahot is working fine.

No hot water at shower is another problem unrelated to the Aquahot.
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All - I took the Monaco out for the July 4th weekend. I found the 2nd rocker switch, but it was already in the "ON" position. This time I got hot water momentarily in the shower, but it didn't last long - perhaps a little less than a minute. I guess I need to get wet, turn off the water, soap up, then rinse???
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How long did you let it run? If you let it run awhile and it gets hot again then that may be a stir pump issue.
If it never gets warm, still think it is the mixer valve on the shower.


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Steve - I didn't let it run very long...probably not more than a minute at a time. I'm leaning toward the stir pump. I will have to take it to Camping world any way because we are not getting any LP gas things to work. (Stove and Refrigerator) We thought the tank was empty, but we filled that up (only took 10 units of whatever propane comes in) I made sure the LP gas lever under the stove was turned on..but that didn't help.
I will have the stir pump checked when I have them look at the LP gas.
Despite the few little problems, We are really enjoying our Motor Home. I thank the motor home fairy that the engine and transmission work as smooth as silk!

Thanks again for for everyones help! Being new..it's nice to know there is advice that I can depend upon.

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It could also be a bad anti scald valve, if the shower valve has been replaced recently.
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