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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you look on the outside of the RV, you will find the vent for the water heater behind and access door. There usually is a drain plug and valve located as well. Generally they will be tucked away under the kitchen sink area with internal access as well. You will need to find where the valve that shuts the water off to the unit is and turn it on. Most times the water heater is either electric or propane. But sometimes they are only propane. Once your find the access door, you will know where the water heater is. You can also contact Fleetwood who makes the Pace Arrow to see if they have any information on your unit. Usually your unit info or trim number will be located on a little plaque right by the entrance to the RV. You will need this when you contact them. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
SOURCE: takes too long for hot water.
You need a recirculating line. You will have to hire a plumber to run a water line from the farthest fixture or to the fixture you are concerned about on the hot side and return it back to the water heater. this will cause hot water to constantly run throught the hot water line (via the recirculating line) and when you want to draw water from the fixture, you will already have hot water right at the line.
I know this works with standard tank water heaters, but it is a lil trickier with rinnai units(but very possible) if your plumber pleads the 5th and tries to sell you another unit call the Rinnai manufacturerand ask them how.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
Very possible the thermocoupler is no good. The thermo coupler is that bulb that is in the pilot flame. It controls the main valve It's not expensive and fairly easy to change out.. Make sure you get no dirt in the cspillary tube hole.brass screw end. The bulb must be just in the flame tip when adjusting. Good Luck, Ned-
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
SOURCE: Water Heater Keeps Going Off
Modlara, it's partially true. There is a flow control valve in the heater. In case the intake is too cold or water usage is too high this valve reduces flow volume to maintain output temperature. But not shut off the flow entirely. Too bad, 063 does not come with a remote control, otherwise it could tell you what went wrong. My guess is either the air intake or vent are some how blocked. The heater is having problem generate enough heat to keep up the temp. so the flow control valve kicks in.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
What is the outside temperature? If it it is below freezing, you might have a frozen pipe. Using a plumber torch heat up the pipe, if it works, replace the insulation using a heavier layer.
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
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