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Old 10-21-2019, 10:07 AM   #1
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Pleasureway Ascent Water Lines

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Considering a new 2020 Ascent vs Interstate 19. Are the water lines in the Ascent above the floor or are they exposed underneath?
The IS19 has them above the floor.
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What did Pleasure Way tell you when you asked them?
Since it's a van conversion, they're probably inside, but only Pleasure Way customer support knows for sure.
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Already talked withPW. I wanted to get a conversation going with an owner of a fairly new one.
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Hi,
Considering a new 2020 Ascent vs Interstate 19. Are the water lines in the Ascent above the floor or are they exposed underneath?
The IS19 has them above the floor.
Thanks.
I assume your concern is about pipes freezing??? If so, all PWs come with either a Truma AquaGo or a Truma Combi. If you think temps will be below freezing and you're worried about the pipes, you can turn the Truma to Eco mode and it will occasionally cycle slightly heated water through the hot and cold pipes when it senses the water temp drops below 40 degrees. It works great and uses almost no propane or electricity. I have a Lexor. The lines leading to the low point drains are exposed underneath. I can't see the rest of the pipes (they could be obscured by the water/gray tanks), but that stupid outside shower is against a cold poorly insulated outside wall. This is where you're more likely to get a leak. I would think the Acsent is similar.
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