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RE: Water heater 110v light not on

After reading all the comments I have to offer this. I have a Atwood model 10-E water heater. It's gas/electric. My literature on the heater calls the red light a lockout condition and will light red when a lockout occurs. There are a number of conditions that will trigger the red light to come on. When the light comes on there is a problem in the heater and the literature explains what to do to turn it off. So, I guess other heaters work different so all I can say is read your literature on your heater to see the proper way it should work. Who knew. Hal
Neumann 04/29/17 09:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water heater 110v light not on

It's working the way it should. The red light only should come on when there is a problem with the heater. Hal
Neumann 04/28/17 03:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Could someone help with a refrigerator issue?

Make sure the gas is turned on. Make sure there is gas in the tank. Light the main burner on the stove and let it run 30 seconds. This will clear out any air in the gas line and the frig should light. Other suggestions about the battery are also true. Hal
Neumann 08/07/16 11:38am Class A Motorhomes
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