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Old 07-23-2013, 10:39 PM   #11
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Jim, how much is the E-Z winterizing ""T"" valve with 18” fill hose?

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The unknown "TBD" acronym but probably not more than $25-$50. Jim. I'm not worried about what goes into my tanks but the ability to use them.
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Old 07-23-2013, 10:43 PM   #12
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That is why I posted some "eye candy"
ooooh, I'm hoping the soon to be 5.1 (Donna D. edition ) looks exactly like that. You are so very lucky Jim! Thanks for sharing and everything else too.
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I agree the 5.1 Donna D is gonna be great! I think that is what we are gonna save for.

Jim, the list is great, we think in very similar ways. The toilet shut off and easy winterizing are great given some current on the road repairs I had to make. Thanks for all the updates!
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Hi Jim,
I didn't see the electric/gas hot water option on your build sheet.

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Old 07-24-2013, 06:29 PM   #15
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Not a big fan of that set up, had it before and IMHO it is not needed. If anything, I may look into a POU electric heater for the kitchen sink. Here is a link and a picture Kim,
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The shower is normally not used and the only hot water needed is for washing dishes, which
one hour in the am is all the propane I use.
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The shower is normally not used and the only hot water needed is for washing dishes
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You must remember that you will have it up for sale in six months or so, with an order in for the 23'.

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Old 07-24-2013, 07:23 PM   #17
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Nah, I do not have any more room in my yard for anything bigger. My alley is only 15 feet wide and I have to pull into my neighbors yard every time. The 21' is my capacity.
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Not a big fan of that set up, had it before and IMHO it is not needed. If anything, I may look into a POU electric heater for the kitchen sink. Here is a link and a picture Kim,
Instant Hot Water Faucet | eBay
The shower is normally not used and the only hot water needed is for washing dishes, which
one hour in the am is all the propane I use.
This is really interesting , would that be plumbed in to supply hot or cold through the same faucet , or will there need to be two separate faucets . Also wonder about that electrical device ( at least that what it looks like to me ) , would that be under the counter - wired in ?
Sure looks like easier maintenance than a tank .
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Oh ... think I just clued in ... at least partly . It's not tankless , it's a very small tank .
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Hi Jim,
Why this?
"cut mattress 2” smaller on exterior wall side".
We're starting to think about a build sheet ourselves.

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