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Water heater replacement ?

Wes_1111111
Explorer
Explorer
I wanted to go tankless on my fifth wheel. I’m a little new to owning a fifth wheel. I figured the replacement would be a close match to the original but my old tanked heater is about four inches wider. I didn’t notice any sizing options for the fogati (spelling) I purchased. Any advice?
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C_Schomer
Explorer
Explorer
We camp with an older lady that has a three year old class C with a tankless heater and it is plugging up already and causing problems. Craig
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msmith1_wa
Explorer
Explorer
I swapped the other way, tankless to tank. You can check the manufacturer to see if they have an installation kit to fit the opening. Or you can try to coble something together but that would likely be a challenge to make it look good.

Unless you always stay at sites with full hook ups I would keep the tank.
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laknox
Nomad
Nomad
midnightsadie wrote:
better do a lot of research first. some say they don,t do the job.


Agreed. Too bad the OP has already bought his.

Lyle
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midnightsadie
Explorer II
Explorer II
better do a lot of research first. some say they don,t do the job.