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Old 03-26-2017, 10:20 AM   #29
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Just had my new Truma installed today and will be checking it out on a trip this weekend. Tried it briefly in the driveway today and it looks really good. Looking forward to a great shower.
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It's been over a month now. Still the bees' knees. I love this unit!
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I'm considering a AquaGo water heater, however now that dms suggests either the Oasis or AquaHot does anyone have any thoughts about these?
Oasis comes with DIY instructions for retrofit into an existing coach. Last I looked, AquaHot was OEM only. You can pay for a qualified shop to install Oasis, of course, but they will actually sell their product to a consumer.
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Old 04-21-2017, 03:14 PM   #33
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It has been a couple years but when our Atwood water heater failed I had a 10 gal hi temp Atwood installed. It makes water up to about 160 to 175 and then uses a mixing valve on the hot outlet to temper the water down to about 135. This 10 gal heater acts like a 30 gal. It fits in all places where an exisitng 10 gal is installed and most places where a 6 gal had been installed. Plus, you don't have to redesign your hot water system. I know from servicing most brands of domestic tankless heaters we would tell the customer we would give them the heater-just sign a 10 year exclusive service contract. The hard water and other problems such as freeze protection that didn't work assured us of plenty of work. I really hope the new units are better designed. One design feature to look for is larger diameter piping through the heat exchanger. Units with small diameter tend to scale up more quickly.
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We are at a RV Park this weekend using our new Truma tankless for the first time and so far are loving it. Asked the dealer to throw the new nearly new Atwood away. Wouldn't trust even giving it away to someone.
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Update: This is a wonderful rv shower ever!!!
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