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Old 07-06-2011, 07:24 AM   #11
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Geeze,

As always seem to over think stuff. We have been camping in 90 to 100 degree temps this last 10 days, in all likelyhood the hot water is coming from the hose laying on the ground outside soaking the beautiful North and South Dakota sun in. Tip thanks to DW's sisters hubby.
Would that be your (BIL)? Youroo!!
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Old 10-10-2011, 09:52 PM   #12
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Every time I turn on the cold water at either faucet (kitchen or bathroom), I get a couple of seconds of not-quite-scalding water. Then the water cools down to the expected temp.

I thought it might just be due to the 100 degree temps yesterday, but this morning its a "cool" 80 degrees. And the same thing is happening.

It didn't happen the when we had the trailer out about 3 weeks ago.

Any thoughts?
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Matt
Well, I'm not sure what really happened, but I thought I would update you anyway.

I was still having the same problem on my next outing...and it was much cooler outside. I turned the water heater on bypass and determined that it was working. I left it like that for a few hours and had no hot water coming from either tap. I returned the valves to their previous settings to allow the wife and kids hot water again. The problem has not returned.

Although I checked for this multiple times, I can only guess that it had something to do with the bypass valve not closing all the way for some reason.
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