Regarding my water heater problem, after speaking with the Suburban tech and describing the readings I was getting, it sound like it was going to be the thermostat, which is about the only other component in the loop. He stated I should read continuity from the switch end of the wire all the way to the lead that goes on the element, which I didn't have. Needing the camper for this weekend, and not wanting to mess with a dealer, I decided to dive into it not knowing much about it. I had to remove all of the gas components out of the way to get to where the thermostat should be, and pulled an item that I thought was it. Checked it across the two contacts for continuity which I didn't have. Went to local RV place and got another for $30 bucks, checked it for continuity which it had and installed it, and back in business! Turned out to be a pretty easy fix, but I was just leery of messing with the gas components and a new camper. I've worked alot with electrical, just never with gas. Boy will I make sure there is water in the tank before I fire it up next spring!
2007 GMC 2500 Duramax Classic
2012 Sabre Silhouette 300BHDS