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Old 04-04-2015, 01:14 AM   #1
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Itasca Navion 24G -2015

I can't find the hot water heater bypass valve in my Navion 24G. The manual says it's under the pantry sink .. but it's not... there are no hidden panels anywhere around. Does anyone know where this valve is located on the 2015 24G?

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Is there a panel you can remove somewhere under the galley sink? It should be in that general area. I think the siphon tube for winterizing should be near the water pump. I took a quick look at the manual for a 2012 G and it also shows it behind a panel under the galley sink. You should be able to see it near the foam insulation on the hot water tank.
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SgtSaunders6, is your hot water tank on the passenger or drivers side. Looks like they moved it mid-year. The bypass valve is on the back of the tank. If the hot water tank is on the drivers side behind shower looks like there is a hole in the floor to get to the valve.
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I'm a brand new owner of a used 2015 Winnebago Itasca Navion 24g motorhome. I know nothing about this vehicle can you help me with any suggestions or information?
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