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Old 03-09-2014, 02:39 PM   #1
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How do I keep my water heater electric only? I don't need propane right now, have shore power. Also what goes into what grey tank?
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How do I keep my water heater electric only? I don't need propane right now, have shore power. Also what goes into what grey tank?
Make sure it is full of water and just don't turn the inside wh switch on (DSI) which is the propane side.
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If you have the Suburban brand water heater, with an electric heating element, this may help you:

Suburban's electric switch and much more
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Old 03-09-2014, 05:09 PM   #4
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Pavetim,
To keep your WH on electric only you must resist the urge to
push the water heater switch to the on position in the control center
located above your broom closet.
The gray tank question is a trick question. You have 2 gray tanks,
The forward tank is where your washer, bathroom sink and shower dump.
The rear tank is where your galley dumps.
The correct answer to your question is; gray water goes into both gray tanks.
Hope this helps.
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