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Old 10-23-2012, 03:59 PM   #1
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Cameo Carriage Hot Water By pass

I have a 2012 Cameo Carriage37rsq. I cannot find the hot water tank bypass so I can winterize. Is it hidden behind a panel? My 2007 had one under the sink.
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The by-pass is on the hot water heater, if you can find the heater you should find the by-pass if it has one. There should be a line between the in-let and the outlet with valves to turn. Good luck. Jim Oh I forgot don't forget to drain the heater after you get the valves turned.
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Our 2008 has a notch in the panel under the sink where you can reach the valves. You can find the water heater on the outside and look inside or maybe under for a panel in that area. It may be a side entry and not directly behind the water heater.

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