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Old 02-19-2009, 06:25 PM   #1
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Any 2 and 1 H2O Heaters

Does any one make a gas/electric water heater for A S?

Also what would be a good replacement for my A S Heater?

Tom & Alena

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Old 02-19-2009, 06:50 PM   #2
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Atwood! I have a six gallon in mine that I installed last summer. You can get 6 or 10 galln and either one will be a direct swap for your current heater (depending on the year of your trailer).

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Old 02-19-2009, 06:59 PM   #3
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Atwood XT

Yes Sir !

Atwood XT = 50% more HW ! Works GREAT !

Here is some info from the CW site:

Atwood XT Water Heaters - Product - Camping World

Good Luck, Have Fun and Welcome to the Forum !

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Old 06-25-2009, 05:42 PM   #4
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Water Heater switches

We just purchased a 2000 Excella 1000 and it has the gas/electric water heater. Does anyone know why there are three switches marked water heater? They are all in the bathroom. One is a 'normal' light switch that turns on the electric heater (it's clearly marked). There are two other switches are located below a red light. The electric switch makes sense and we would only use that if we need a fast recovery. But do you know if we would need to flip both of the other switches to get the gas heater lit? We've used it and I flipped both switches. It appeared to be working OK. Although I never did see the red light go on. In our 1989 model, it would come on initially and only come back on if it didn't light.

I looked in the manual and it didn't say there would be three, it only referenced a gas and an electric one.

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