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Old 07-18-2016, 09:22 AM   #21
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Those of you who worked with support at Girard

Just looked it up. Scenic RV Park in Millersburg. I think.

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Just looked it up. Scenic RV Park in Millersburg. I think.

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That would be the one. How did you derive that info from "Mid Ohio" ?
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Old 07-18-2016, 10:13 AM   #24
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Those of you who worked with support at Girard

It don't get much more mid Ohio Amish than Millersburg

Are you staying at scenic?

Hope to be going by there later today.

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My Gen 2 has been ok. Not great but for the most part, just ok. The problem I am having now is that when it rains, the water heater cabinet itself fills with about a 1/4 inch of water and it won't light until I wipe up the water and dry it out. Not sure how the water gets in but the bottom of the water heater has water in it. Getting to be very annoying when trying to shower and I need to go out and dry out the water heater.
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Old 07-18-2016, 11:03 AM   #26
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My Gen 2 has been ok. Not great but for the most part, just ok. The problem I am having now is that when it rains, the water heater cabinet itself fills with about a 1/4 inch of water and it won't light until I wipe up the water and dry it out. Not sure how the water gets in but the bottom of the water heater has water in it. Getting to be very annoying when trying to shower and I need to go out and dry out the water heater.

What about seeing what's under it an drilling a 3/8 or smaller hole to let the water out.

Mine has two real small holes in the front corner? Maybe drill them bigger or bend the bottom down a bit so it drain to the front (door side).

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the couple of times i have called i always got a timely response and was very happy with the tech i worked with
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It don't get much more mid Ohio Amish than Millersburg

Are you staying at scenic?

Hope to be going by there later today.

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Berlin RV Park. Small sites on a hillside.
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We got a late start leaving home. We should arrive at Scenic RV park in Millersburg around 9pm
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There is a cabinet below the water heater. Also, drilling the holes would not stop the water from entering the water heater.
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