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Old 12-09-2015, 11:13 AM   #43
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I hope you just 'clicked' the relay and didn't leave it on in an empty water heater! Elements are cheap and can be found at Home Depot...

Tim
If you are directing your comment to me this is what I said earlier. "I turned on and off the 12V water heater switch"
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Old 12-09-2015, 11:15 AM   #44
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Wow! You have several more 120vac circuits than mine came with. I'm surprised that DRV would break down some circuits further on some trailer series' than others. Maybe you've got some options that mine didn't come with. Interesting, none the less.
I requested the kitchen be at least 3 circuits and maybe other things. I have not really got into the breakers yet.
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Old 12-09-2015, 01:41 PM   #45
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If you are directing your comment to me this is what I said earlier. "I turned on and off the 12V water heater switch"
Yep, and I said I hoped you just 'clicked ' it and didn't leave it on.

I have, in the past, turned off and on a switch, and some how the stupid thing ended up on - smoke!

Just a reminder, not a slam.

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Yep, and I said I hoped you just 'clicked ' it and didn't leave it on.

I have, in the past, turned off and on a switch, and some how the stupid thing ended up on - smoke!

Just a reminder, not a slam.

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I guess we are on a separate page here. I have a 12V rocker switch labeled water heater. I switched it off and then back on and when turning it back on the devise pictured made an audible click. I leave the switch in the "ON" Position when wanting the water to be heated by electricity.
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Old 12-10-2015, 05:04 PM   #47
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Yes, it would appear that I mistook your 'eureka' moment to that of David (Tampabiker). I mistakenly saw your post and read it as David did the click - I thought we were finding what his relay controlled since his is not labeled.

I will keep out of this conversation as it seems I have no clue what I am talking about.

Thanks for straightening me out!

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" I thought we were finding what his relay controlled since his is not labeled."

That is what I confirmed by turning off and on my 12V switch labeled water heater.

Go back and re read the whole post.
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