Sail Switch in Water Heater???
I read a post in another sub-section where someone mentioned checking the 'Sail Switch" in the water heater.
In 45 years of camping I have never heard (or seen) of such a thing on a water heater. Furnaces yes, water heater, no.
Is there something out there I'm unaware of or was this simply misinformation?
Here's what was suggested the OP do to check their WH operation....
I had a different thought if it's still not working. You said you hear the gas ignite, go for a few seconds, then go out? If so, check the sail switch and make sure it's not stuck or blocked. Once the burner lights, the exhaust fan starts to blow. If the sail switch doesn't sense air exhausting through the flue it will shut off the gas flow for safety
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