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Old 04-24-2020, 08:47 AM   #1
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Tankless water heater

We are thinking about installing the Girard GSWH-2 tankless hot water heater. we have a 395 AMP, and I have no problems, but the wife and daughter hate the hot water, turning on and off the water. Obviously we will only take advantage when at full hookup sites. The reviews look great, just wondering if anyone had one, and thoughts.
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Old 04-24-2020, 12:07 PM   #2
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We have one in our 36T15 and love it. The best thing to remember is controlling the water temperature at the control panel, not the faucet. You donít need to turn the cold water on at all, just the hot side.
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If I was buying a new tankless to switch out my tank, I would seriously look at a Truma. That's what I'm getting in my next RV. I think they have advanced on demand the most of any of the brands out there.
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We are thinking about installing the Girard GSWH-2 tankless hot water heater. we have a 395 AMP, and I have no problems, but the wife and daughter hate the hot water, turning on and off the water. Obviously we will only take advantage when at full hookup sites. The reviews look great, just wondering if anyone had one, and thoughts.
Hi

I had issues using the tankless water heater but I noticed that the single lever in the kitchen was easy to adjust. I hated the two knob cheap bathroom faucet so I had it changed over to a single lever. Now I can get the volume and the temperature I want.

One trick is to bump the faucet on to start the water heater so the water is already hot when you need it.

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