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Old 06-22-2019, 04:03 PM   #1
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We just bought a used Rockwood 2014 and we have some buttons that aren’t discussed in the owner’s manual. What are the two heater buttons for? Do they both need to be on to heat the water? Are they electric or propane?
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We just bought a used Rockwood 2014 and we have some buttons that aren’t discussed in the owner’s manual. What are the two heater buttons for? Do they both need to be on to heat the water? Are they electric or propane?
The right one says “Tank” above it and “Heater” below it. That’s for your 12v DC heating pads stuck to some number of your holding tanks.
The center switch with the little red LED light beside it turns on the propane burner of your water heater.
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We just bought a used Rockwood 2014 and we have some buttons that aren’t discussed in the owner’s manual. What are the two heater buttons for? Do they both need to be on to heat the water? Are they electric or propane?

Your water pump is self explanatory


Your water heater switch (in the middle) is to your DSI/Propane function of the water heater is explained here, and if you have an electric heating element, it's also explained in this link:


Suburban's electric switch and much more


Your holding tank heater is explained here:


https://www.ultraheat.com/selecting-a-tank-heater
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