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Old 04-05-2006, 04:09 PM   #1
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Howdy! I am posting to a couple of different sites in search of the wiring diagram(s) for this specific water heater. It was not at the Atwood site. What my hubby is concerned about is our previous 6 gal that we are upgrading from only had 3 wires, and our new water heater has 4 wire. We can't call Atwood or a mechanic till morning, & he was hoping to get replacement done tonight...and a hot shower for us all by morning!! Thanks...you can email to rvnanny@aol.com

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Howdy! I am posting to a couple of different sites in search of the wiring diagram(s) for this specific water heater. It was not at the Atwood site. What my hubby is concerned about is our previous 6 gal that we are upgrading from only had 3 wires, and our new water heater has 4 wire. We can't call Atwood or a mechanic till morning, & he was hoping to get replacement done tonight...and a hot shower for us all by morning!! Thanks...you can email to rvnanny@aol.com

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rvnanny, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you with us and look forward to helping out if you still need it. The new water heaters have a new control board and the 120 volt electric heating element is now controled through this board and low volt wiring as compared to the older style where the 120 volt heating was controlled by a seperate 120 volt switch. In the owners manual for the new water heater is the wiring diagram. Basically you will have a ground wire, a positive 12 volt wire, a lp gas operation wire and a 120 volt operation wire. Good luck and let us know how things turned out. If all else fails just wire up the lp gas side and then add the needed wiring after you hear from atwood.
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