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Old 05-26-2010, 09:28 AM   #29
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Atwood Water Heater

My Interstate has an Atwood GE9EXT heater that runs on 120v electric and/or propane. The tank is actually 6 gallons but they rate it as a 9 gal. heater due to its quick recovery. If you want really quick recovery you can use 120v and propane at the same time. The 120v side of the heater draws 12.7 A.

Good luck!

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