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Old 09-10-2009, 11:00 AM   #1
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For those of you who do not have electric hot water heating. I have installed (same unit in three differrent coaches over seven years) an aftermarket heating element in the drain plug location. It has worked flawlessly. I am sure that it has paid for itself in propane savings, & quiet convenience. I have photos posted of the completed installation along with other RV projects. If interested go to:
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We used one of those in an older RV for a couple of years and it worked splendidly. I too recommend it without reservation.
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