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|Re: Instant hot water by Jerry Campbell|
|I have had two on demand hot water heaters. They were both propane. They raise the water temp a certain # of degrees. They work by slowing down the water flow thru the heater. The more you turn it up the slower the water flows. In the summer when the water is warmer you don't have to turn it up so high so you have more pressure. I the winter you have to turn it to the hottest setting thus cutting the water pressure down to almost unusable for a shower. On my new bus I'm going to use a 10 or 15 gal. propane hot water heater heated mostly by a hot water solar panel on the roof.
I'm not sure if the electric ones work on the same principle. If so I'd check to see what the pressure drop is and see if you can live with it.
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|Instant hot water||DT||7-24-02|
|Re: Instant hot water||Jerry Campbell||7-25-02|
|Re: Instant hot water||Stephen||7-25-02|
|Re: Instant hot water||steve||7-27-02|
|Re: Instant hot water||Stan||8-14-02|
|Re: Instant hot water||Jerry Campbell||8-14-02|
|Re: Instant hot water||JerryCampbell||8-16-02|
|Re: Instant hot water||Jack||12-7-02|