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Old 05-30-2012, 09:04 PM   #11
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just open the outside hatch door to the WH and look for a black toggle on/off switch that may have a cotter pin in it.

if there isn't one, you probably have a propane-only WH.

didn't you get any paperwork with the trailer? most people keep the manuals for the WH, furnace, fridge, and so on.
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Old 05-30-2012, 10:44 PM   #12
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I looked for a switch but didn't see one. I'm wondering if I can get an accessory so it can be either or. I looked for
Manuals but haven't foud any. I bought this trailer about 1 month ago. It is in great shape on the inside. It still smells new. It has almost brand new 10 ply tires. The Owner before me added an electric winch and also a Air Carrier ac system in the rear. Everything works as it should other than awning needing replaced. I purchased it for $7200. I figured it was a good buy for only needing an awning and it being sun faded.
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Old 05-31-2012, 07:56 PM   #13
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If you did not see a switch I am sure that your heater is propane only. Try to see inside where the water heater is located usually from inside the baggage insert or under a bed or seat. If you dont see an electric outlet close to the water heater and a cord connected from the heater it means that you dont have this option.
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There are conversion kits available to add electric.

Hott Rod Water Heater Conversion Kits - Product - Camping World
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Old 06-01-2012, 07:43 AM   #15
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. I looked for manuals but haven't foud any.
The forum has a repository of Manuals for assorted systems (Shurflo water pump, WFCO converters, etc) and appliances (Dometic fridge, Suburban and Atwood water heaters, Sub stove and cooktops) and other stuff. You can find these in "Files" on the green menu bar above.

Post a request for any specific manual that you are looking for. Someone can probably help you.
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Old 06-01-2012, 07:55 AM   #16
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Thanks Triguy, I had never seen that link before. Learn something new evryday.
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Thanks Triguy, I had never seen that link before. Learn something new evryday.
I believe its something "new" -ish
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That's right. New and under construction.

Actually, the hope is that members will upload their PDF files, too. We will give it a quick review and approve it to make available to everyone.

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That's right. New and under construction.

Actually, the hope is that members will upload their PDF files, too. We will give it a quick review and approve it to make available to everyone.

Consider this a library of sorts.
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