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Old 06-24-2015, 07:50 PM   #1
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Question 2008 Gulfstream Independence

We've just purchased a 2008 Gulfstream Independence. There is a switch under the kitchen sink. The toggle switch is a red light. We can't figure out what it is for. Can anyone help us?
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Could it be the gas hot water heater switch?
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The water heater is AC/Propane, that's the switch for the electric side. The water heater also has an electric switch on it that must be in the "on" position.
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The water heater is AC/Propane, that's the switch for the electric side. The water heater also has an electric switch on it that must be in the "on" position.
There is one water heater with a separate switch on the water heater. Think it's the Suburban brand.
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