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Old 02-22-2019, 08:00 PM   #1
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Old 02-23-2019, 07:32 AM   #2
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Yup, no doubt about it.. those are photos.
One might ask why you posted them but checking around I see you are offering to give it away. I took the liberty of posting a link in that thread to these photos.

I understand why you are giving away a hot water heater, since the water is hot it does not need to be heated
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Funny. Although calling a water heater a “hot” water heater is clearly redundant, it does not necessarily imply the water going in is already hot. Many devices are named for their output, not their input: a bread machine, for example, or a toaster. Following that logic, a “hot water heater” is a heater that produces hot water. Redundant, but not useless!

Hope this one finds a good home.
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And then there is the toothbrush. If the name were accurate then the average adult would need 32 of them. Either that, or ONE Teethbrush.



As for the water heater, IIRC I got $75 for mine but it was a 2015 model and only used once. I'm sure someone will get this good deal.
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Well... it only does one at a time. Trying to picture a “teethbrush”...

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Okay... water heater, hot water heater... whatever... stay focused...
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Yup, no doubt about it.. those are photos.


It seems much more accurate to call it a "cold water heater". And especially in this case, as it is cold. So isn't it a "cold, water heater"? Or, a water heater that is cold?
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Well... it only does one at a time. Trying to picture a “teethbrush”...

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Okay... water heater, hot water heater... whatever... stay focused...

You guys are on a roll this morning! Very funny!
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Isn't hot water heater merely dundant? Hot hot water heater would be redundant.
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Old 02-24-2019, 10:33 AM   #9
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Hit water tank has a new home.

The tank has been passed on. We opted for the extra storage space in our remodel. We have had 5 Scamps/Casitas and can remember only using the hot water heater once. We have a great shower system pump left from our tent camping days and it works great if we are somewhere without a shower. Heat water on the stove , fill pail with warm water, pop the shower motor in the bucket and voila, great shower with little fuss. Use it in the bathroom like you would the installed shower. With space at a premium, every cubic foot counts and it is all based on personal preferences.

Now, how to I remove my ad?
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The tank has been passed on. We opted for the extra storage space in our remodel. We have had 5 Scamps/Casitas and can remember only using the hot water heater once. We have a great shower system pump left from our tent camping days and it works great if we are somewhere without a shower. Heat water on the stove , fill pail with warm water, pop the shower motor in the bucket and voila, great shower with little fuss. Use it in the bathroom like you would the installed shower. With space at a premium, every cubic foot counts and it is all based on personal preferences.

Now, how to I remove my ad?
I did the same.. removed the water heater 2.5 years after I bought the camper. Everything you said makes sense. I also got a bag solar shower and if I can set it in the sun for 3-4 hours that gives me a good short shower. Its also possible although more difficult to fill it with water heated on the stove.

As for the ad, I would make one more post in that thread and use big red letters. Some people still wont read that far down and contact you but not many. Ex:


WATER HEATER IS GONE!
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I use one of these tankless units. Hang on the trailer, connect the water lines and spare propane tank, turn it on and take a shower. Works with low water pressure, plenty of hot cold water.





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