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Old 06-21-2004, 09:01 AM   #1
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Quick question we have a 24 Argosy with a Atwood water heater which appears to be leaking, my question is how do I remove the unit? the waste water tube from the sink and the inlet and outlet lines for the water heater appear fo be in the way to pull it from the inside so I believe it must come out from the outside. I am hoping someone could verify this for me.

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Quick question we have a 24 Argosy with a Atwood water heater which appears to be leaking, my question is how do I remove the unit? the waste water tube from the sink and the inlet and outlet lines for the water heater appear fo be in the way to pull it from the inside so I believe it must come out from the outside. I am hoping someone could verify this for me.

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I just replaced my water heater with the Atwood 6 gal. I have a 24' Argosy.
You disconect the water lines and then remove the rivets/screws on the outside and pull it out from the outside. The Atwood elec/gas/dsi is a great unit and not hard to adapt.
E-mail me at dpcarpet@sbcglobal.net or call me at 512-497-5120 if I can help you.

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Thank you Don I will start and hope I do not have any problems, but I will certainly keep you informed.

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I just replaced my water heater with the Atwood 6 gal. I have a 24' Argosy.
You disconect the water lines and then remove the rivets/screws on the outside and pull it out from the outside. The Atwood elec/gas/dsi is a great unit and not hard to adapt.
E-mail me at dpcarpet@sbcglobal.net or call me at 512-497-5120 if I can help you.

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I was able to remove and replace the unit with no problems, thank you for your reply Don I wish you a most enjoyable summer.

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