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Old 05-23-2016, 08:33 AM   #11
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I have a 2015, there are two bypass valves you access under the queen bed (the handles are elongated and the water flows the length of the handle) there is also a switch on the water heater that you access from the outside access panel. If you are on shore power, it will run off electric automatically. If you still don't have hot water check the circuit breaker on the master panel or worst case scenario, the element is burned out and needs to be replaced.

'15 26DBH pushing our '15 Ram 1500 w/ 10100# tow capacity
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