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Old 06-24-2019, 10:44 AM   #41
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BTW, tank is 20 gallon, and water heater is 6 gallon.

If you fill the fresh water tank, then fill the water heater tank from the fresh water tank, you'll have just about 2/3rds of your tank left.[/QUOTE]


FYI - I always fill my FWT at the campground when possible. Before filling the tank I hook up to city water inlet and fill the system... Purge air out of lines and fill the hot water tank. then fill fresh tank. This gets me 6+ additional gallons of water on board rather than filling the heater from the fresh tank.
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