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Old 08-13-2015, 10:39 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Iraqvet05 View Post
The board light in the video maybe on a newer type board. The gas side of the water heater is 12V so you either need to be hooked up to a fully charged batter or on shore power with the inverter supplying 12Vs to the heater.

Glad to see you got the electrical part figured out!
Jeez...yeah...I had neither....

Well, that's good to know. When I get hooked up at the camp this weekend, I'll give the propane heat a shot again, just so I know for myself. Thanks.

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Old 08-13-2015, 10:53 AM   #22
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If you were getting spark then you must have been hooked up to you battery 12V.
And if you had spark and it didn't light I would say your gas valve is clogged or you have a bad gas valve.
If you have an Atwood heater go onto Atwood's webs site and download a copy of the manual It will also have the wiring diagram in it.

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