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Old 03-31-2011, 12:27 PM   #1
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Atwood overheat

I've got an '89 Excella. We accidentally fired up the water heater with no water in it!!! It melted the plastic fittings out of the back before shutting off! I pulled the heater; replaced fittings and reinstalled. It fired up just fine, but it won't shut off. Gas stays on all of the time too!
**Is this an ECO - thermostat issue?
**Is this a circuit board issue?
**Could I have hooked the wires up wrong? brown to brown; yellow to blue; white to green??
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