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Old 02-19-2016, 06:53 PM   #1
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Model: ACE 29.3
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on demand hot water heter

I want to switch out the 6 gal hw tank for a Suburban IW60 on demand unit.
I am going to have it done, instead of doing it ourselves. Does anyone have any experiences with this, positive or negative? Do they work just as well in the RV setting as in the home setting? I know fuel wise, at home it is more efficient,
and really I don't care if I didn't gain any fuel efficiency at all, but could gain the ability to take 3 consecutive showers.

My real questions are:
Does it work as expected?
Is there anything quirky about them I should know?
Pros? Cons? Problems?
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Old 02-19-2016, 07:19 PM   #2
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Not sure about the model or manufacturer but some folks I know with high end pushers (Monaco, American Eagle and Prevost) swear by the systems they have in their rigs.

I have tank less at the house as well and would love to have it in the coach. There has been at least one article in Family Motor Coaching Magazine about making the conversion. I'll have to go back and read the article again.
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