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Old 11-15-2015, 09:29 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by nicholsonv View Post
I had this same problem with my 337 Georgetown. It took the dealer 3 flushes to clear this up and I now flush water heater after every trip.

I found that the on board water filter never had any calcium deposits in it. We thought the calcium might have been in the tank after it was manufactured (due to pressure testing). I went back to using the in line filter (on the hose). No problems since.

Maybe I did not flush it enough nor did I flush after the last trip. I do use a filter on the hose

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