Originally Posted by gktsuda1956
So my plan was to leave the external switch on. Add an internal switch with a light indicator that turns on when the electric option is on.
Using the breaker as a switch may be OK. This is controversial, but like noted above, it's probably not that big of a deal and breakers can be replaced too.
However, I just liked the idea of a separate lighted switch in the galley so I could see that if the electric side of the wh was on. So I added my own switch (details at the link below):
Water Heater Switch with Power-on Light
2010 Flagstaff 829RGSS
Still to go: AK, NL, NT, NU, YT