Originally Posted by ArtWithin
Does that mean that I wouldn't have a water heater for the shower or is that a separate system? btw- thanks for replying.
Two different systems.
My furnace is under the stove. The furnace is for your heat, you will find heat ducts under the lower cabinets (perhaps the bed) and vents that blow the heat into the interior space. Ours has twin beds in the middle and the heat ducts all run down low on the curb side. It would blow up front, in the kitchen, in the bedroom, bathroom (rear bath) and down into the tanks. I doubt he covered all the vents inside when he took out the furnace. See pic below looking aft from the front of the trailer. Furnace is under the cabinet on left side. See round vent duct at bottom? Also the space heater in mine is under the paisley cover my wife built.
Your water heater is probably accessible from outside. Think of your water heater in your garage at home, only tiny!
Light the pilot, hold the switch for a few seconds and then light the flame. See pics. Outside of trailer, behind rear wheel you will see an access panel. That is our hot water heater. (they put them in various places based on specific trailer design) Next pic is looking in that panel at the hot water heater. Don't be hatin! I know it is ugly and I have a new one ready to put in!