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Old 06-30-2015, 12:19 PM   #29
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It does not have an anode but is an aluminum clad tank

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Model G = Propane only
6 = 6 gallons of water


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Originally Posted by campfiregirl View Post
Glenn, It is an Atwood model G6A 8e. I has only one switch and it is an electronic ignition.
The Atwood model G6A-8E appears to be a "gas only" water heater, which
only needs 12VDC and propane to operate.:

'96 Safari
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Old 06-30-2015, 01:57 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by denlock View Post
Some water heaters are porcelin lined and don't need the anode rod.
My "porcelain lined" Suburban needs a anode rod, however most Atwood WH have an aluminum tank and need no anode.
'96 Safari, Suburban 10 gal "gas only" WH

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