Originally Posted by emschelin721
This makes more sense and boy do I feel silly for thinking the AC would run on the battery!
The switch doesnít control the outside lights, there is a separate switch for that that will turn the outside lights on and off. The switch for the WH is right next to the unlabeled switch. Are you stating that both would be needed to be on to work the WH?
Thanks for your help!
Most WHs are propane and electric, for heating. You have a Suburban WH, based on your pic. That inside switch is for the propane side. If yours has an electric side, you have to turn on the rocker switch located in the outside compartment where the WH is.
If you have both, you can run them separately or together for faster recovery.
Have you looked at the manual for the WH? Or you can look in our Library for instructions.
Dan-Retired California Firefighter/EMT
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