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Old 11-18-2021, 11:51 AM   #1
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2015 Bounder 35k switch placement

I would like to hear from anybody that owns a 2015 Fleetwood Bounder 35k. Have several questions about where light and water heater switches are located. It seems that every year the switches are relocated and the owners manual is no help at all . If you own this year and model please help.
Many thanks to all that responded to my previous thread . My questions are very specific to this year and model. Any help from owners would be much appreciated.
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On my 2015 Bounder 35K the main salon light and water heater switch are located in the under sink cabinet. Open the double doors and if the same as mine they will be located at the tyop of that cabinet.
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Thank you very much.
One more question is there a heat adjustment on the water heater? It has been on for a couple of hours and the water is Luke warm at best.
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First thing that you need to confirm is that the outside shower valves are turned off. Go to the wet bay and verify that both valves (hot and cold) are in the fully off position. If on they will mix with your hot water resulting in lukewarm water.
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First thing that you need to confirm is that the outside shower valves are turned off. Go to the wet bay and verify that both valves (hot and cold) are in the fully off position. If on they will mix with your hot water resulting in lukewarm water.
Same thing on the inside shower if there is one of those on/off shower heads installed.
Nothing like lathering up with the shower head turned off in order to save water and then waiting for the temp to "normalize" when you turn it back on.
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Been there, done that.
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Temp of hot water

We are new to our 2015 Bounder 35k and last spring I dewinterized it for the first time. I first turned on the gas heater and result was warm water, Not hot. I later used electric, when hooked up at a resort and water was hot. I later tried the gas heat again and we had plenty of hot water. Still don't know what I might have done wrong.
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I have a 2015 Bounder 35K as well and my switches are under the sink at the top of the double doors.
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