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Old 03-12-2014, 07:32 PM   #1
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Heating element size?

Think I need a new heating element but what size is in a 6.2 gallon water heater?

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I suppose it would depend on whether you have a Suburban or Atwood. I suspect you can get the right replacement part by contacting your local RV supply shop as these water heaters are pretty much universal to all brands of RV's.
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It is an Atwood..
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It is an electric/gas Atwood 6.2 gallon
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They are, I believe, all the same, 120v, 1400w. Some manufacturers call them 1440w or 1500w -- I doubt if there's a difference.
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We have changed the relief valve recently because it failed.right after that the electric side of water heater quit. We then changed the heating element. Duh, still not working. Any suggestions?
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Is it the original water heater? Might be easier to replace it than spend a lot of time and money on an old unit. It's an easy swap that only takes a couple of hours.
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