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Old 08-17-2019, 02:23 PM   #1
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Hot water schematic

A few of you gave your suggestions to me for my original post "Hot water from both sides". This is for everyone who's trying to help, but more specifically for Maerin/Guru who wanted to see a schematic of my water system. Hopefully I've made it to where you can easily understand how my water flows throughout my boat. Thanks so much in advance for your suggestions.
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Old 08-17-2019, 02:48 PM   #2
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I absolutely hate doing plumbing either on the boat or in the house. Wish I could give you some advice but I would undoubtedly be wrong...
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Just looking at it, it looks like there are at least two T valves that can connect the hot and cold circuits.

They are working and closed?
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Looking at picture and schematic I do not see the 5 hoses connecting to the manifold, which I think is at the deck shower.
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Gkesden, no, cannot connect hot and cold. Maybe I'm schematic drawing incapable. Thought it was clear enough. I think my water manifold at the top of the schematic is the culprit. I'm removing that tomorrow.
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Soo-Valley, they're there, just drawn differently. The drawing shows the cold water T a little lower than what you actually see in the photo. In the photo, top left, is the cold water and it Ts. In the drawing you'll see the T right after the filter, after the dock water inlet SOV. See it?
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Oh, I'm sorry. I misinterpreted the circled X. I was being silly. You were clear. Sorry.

Yeah, I suspect it is that shower or a similar fixture where hot and cold come together and mix and there is either a single control for the mix (vs separate hot and cold controls) or there is a 2nd ary valve after the mixing valves.

From the picture, that "shower manifold" is a good suspect.
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