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Old 03-20-2016, 11:18 AM   #11
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Hot water issues

No, the element is part of the electric part of the hot water.

This is for testing a Suburban Water Heater...



These are for the Atwood...



This was embarrassing, I've done it...


Here is one on troubleshooting...




Hope that something here might help!
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Klassic- good video.... I have searched everywhere there is no rocker switch
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Mystery solved. Geez My neighbor disconnected the circuit board and didn't tell me while I was out of town. He suspected bad storms. I just didn't see it when I looked at it.bit was pretty obvious though. Thanks for all of your help! ...PS the wife is happy that she gets to take a shower now.
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Mystery solved. Geez My neighbor disconnected the circuit board and didn't tell me while I was out of town. He suspected bad storms. I just didn't see it when I looked at it.bit was pretty obvious though. Thanks for all of your help! ...PS the wife is happy that she gets to take a shower now.
I'm curious as to why your neighbor disconnected the circuit board on your water heater. Previous incident?
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Now that's a good neighbor!
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I am not really sure. We talked this morning and I told him my issue he came over with a test light when he got off work. then I saw him hooking the clips back up to the circuit board. I am like Stan what are you doing. Well I am hooking your damn circuit board back up. Shaking my head. I'm like ok I have nearly pulled what little hair I have left out. Had the service tech on the phone you guys etc. going all day. He said it was storming and he disconnected it while we were 500 miles away. I guess you have to do this? I feel kinda dumb I didn't even see the wires there. Geez what a lesson this was. Wife was on my back cause she needed a shower to go to town..well now I am enjoying a nice cold beer with Stan.
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Well it may have been miscommunication and overkill but you learned some lessons.
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I'm curious as to why your neighbor disconnected the circuit board on your water heater. Previous incident?
I am too! I have never done that in all the years we have had electronic ignition and gas/elec water heaters and have never had a problem. We have been through some hellacious storms.
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I am too! I have never done that in all the years we have had electronic ignition and gas/elec water heaters and have never had a problem. We have been through some hellacious storms.
Grumpy,

I'm thinking Stan was playing a joke and it went father then intended.

In 18 years of RVing I have never worried about my Hot Water Heater in a storm.
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I was just getting to ask if your neighbor could have unplugged the board. LOL
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