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Old 12-02-2015, 09:17 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by spock123 View Post
I would like the solar prepped but I like a gas/electric hot water heater. We don't dry camp any now, DW is happy with full hookups. I am not going to pay for gas to heat hot water when I'm paying for electric at the campground and there is only two of us, I don't think we have ever ran out of hot water. What Cedar Creek is looking at is how cheap they are, Wildcat tried putting in the on demand hot water heaters. They had so many problems that they listed them as a option, then they quit them. I think some idiot at Cedar Creek came up with the idea to save money. The thing C/C needs to do is have them as a option but my guess is the gas/electric will be the option. Like the refrigerator gas/electric is now.

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Honestly, I would have been totaly happy with a gas/elec, me to I use campground electric as much as I can. On my old 5th wheel all we had was a 6 gal, and just 2 of us we never ran out of water.

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