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Old 06-02-2011, 05:13 PM   #1
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VIEW (2010) Fuse Panel? (H2o fuse)

I'm pretty sure I blew the fuse in the 110v part of my water heater as I have no light in the switch and the unit won't work on 110. I'm just having a time finding where the fuse for that might be. Any ideas?
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Old 06-03-2011, 12:55 AM   #2
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I'm pretty sure I blew the fuse in the 110v part of my water heater as I have no light in the switch and the unit won't work on 110. I'm just having a time finding where the fuse for that might be. Any ideas?
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what kinda rv do you have? you can add your rv info to your signature block. what kind of water heater?
this info well help us trouble shoot your problem.
the circuit breaker for the 110v portion of your water heater should be on your house 110v circuit breaker panel.
what did you do to ''blow the fuse''?
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open the Heater door is there rubber plugs if so they are resets for the heater and say reset on them most of the time.push and reset did You run the heater dry of water? If so You most like to have fryed the heating 110 volt element that must be replaced cause it is now burned in two.
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I am unaware of a fuse for the 120V AC side of the water heater on your View. Did you check the circuit breaker?
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Old 06-04-2011, 03:50 PM   #5
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More info...

Sorry folks, I'm new to all this.

Atwood Water Heater, Model: GCH6A-10E

Yep I'm sure you're right that the circuit breaker is on the house panel. I haven't found that yet.

Thanks everyone for your input.
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