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Old 05-12-2016, 03:35 PM   #11
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Thanks man. Love this place.

I guess this is going to have to wait. Got to leave in morning (no trailer) for 2 weeks. I can't call now and have them walk me through stuff, no time. I will do all this when I get back.

I can live with most anything...........but not cold water!!

Well.....lack of ice would be worse, but................LOL
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Old 05-12-2016, 04:00 PM   #12
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Dealer say that Factory says Suburban IW60 model.
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Have the same setup in my 2017 and had the same issue. The pics show the correct valve positions. I also had the tank work sometimes and not others. Have not had time to contact Suburban yet, but, when I had that happen, all I had to do was, on the inside control panel, turn off the tankless heater switch and turn back on. Worked fine. Could be several things, but for the time being, kept the DW's shower warm.
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Have the same setup in my 2017 and had the same issue. The pics show the correct valve positions. I also had the tank work sometimes and not others. Have not had time to contact Suburban yet, but, when I had that happen, all I had to do was, on the inside control panel, turn off the tankless heater switch and turn back on. Worked fine. Could be several things, but for the time being, kept the DW's shower warm.
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