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Caravan water heater not letting hot water through

We have a caravaer cascade 2 water heater in our caravan, the water heater works fine it is heating the water up but we can not get the water to come through the hot water taps in the shower room or the kitchen area,we were told that the return valve does seize on them so we have changed that and it is the same still no water coming through the hot taps . the cold water taps are fine

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    THANK YOU FOR YOU REPLAY WE HAVE SOLVED THE PROBLEM NOW THE PIPES WE BLOCKED .

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