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Old 05-05-2016, 06:32 PM   #1
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Just got parked at my son's place in Maryland and I don't have any hot water. Every thing else is working fine, (furnace, stove, running water). As a new owner of this rig I am not familiar with where to check to make sure it is on. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated

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Make certain there is water in the water heater tank; it my still be in by-pass from being winterized. Let us know what you find when you open the pop off valve.

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It's most probably a check valve at the water heater. I don't know anyone who has not had one fail. They are easy to change if they are accessible.
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