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Old 11-15-2017, 07:52 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by johnboytoo View Post
Maybe because it was an early version,
but we had a Girard tankless in our 2012 5'er (before the Redwood) and it was horrible !

Changes in propane flow or water pressure or incoming water temp or the clouds in the sky seemed to affect the temp of the showers and dangerously so !!! Almost scalding to ice cold in a 30 second swing sometimes...
And this was AFTER the 'improvements' that the mfg came to us to do upgrades.

I trust they are better now than then !
We have one of those tankless pieces of JUNK in our truck camper. Would give anything to have the old tank BACK. Yes, low battery was another reason it wouldn't work (even tho it is propane) it fluxuated WILDLY during any given shower. NO THANKS. Love my big 12 gallon tank. Feels just like a sticks and bricks.

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