Follow up and a correction--
After removing my burned out water heater element I see that it is
clearly marked camco 1500 watt 120 volt.
In my original post below I said 2000 watt. I edited post 1 to the correct
1500 wattage and Home Debit sku number which is 296896.
Same price of $9.98
They do have a 2000 watt 120v heater but it would draw about 16.6 amps.
That would clearly trip a 15 amp breaker.
The 1500 watt 120v heater should draw about 12.5 amps which will work
FYI I removed the cover and visually checked the fusable link on the
T-stat/hi limit switch. It is good
Last time about 3 years ago, when heater blew for unknown reason
(maybe close lightning strike) it took out the heater AND the fusable
link on the t-stat/hi limit switch.
You can't beat the price anywhere for this common RV water heater
element. If you ever need to change yours be sure and get the stamped
out heavy sheet metal socket to fit. It just might fit your home water
heater element as well but you can't change this heater without it!
and happy camping!