Tankless water heater

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  1. Matt T

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    Do they make tankless gas water heaters for PUP’s and if so can anyone provide any links?
     
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    I dont know of any that made specifically for Pups but have seen plenty of examples of people using them for outside showers.
     
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    Tons of options honestly. Depends on what you're doing / where you're doing it (legally). We use a Zodi tankless water heater and it comes completely with a pump but there are a few options they have on their website.
     
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    Where do you have yours installed? Is it used for the interior water?
     
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    We bought Eccotemp water heater for our RV, and it has been a dream! We fulltime in our RV, and use it on a daily basis. The only time we have issues is when the water pressure is too low, not a fault of the heater. We read reviews that complained about the freezing issue, we mounted the unit on an inside wall perpendicular to the outside wall to where it was vented. This kept the coils away from the colder outside wall, and yes it got cold this winter, and we never had one issue with freezing.
     

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