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Old 11-05-2014, 03:22 PM   #1
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Red Pilot Light And Switch At Galley Sink

There is a regular house-type switch with a red pilot light in front of my galley sink on my 2000 Dolphin 5374; Ford Chassis. Any idea what it's for?
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Probably the ON-OFF switch for your water heater electric heating element. Rook
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If it is the switch for the water heater 120 v element, make sure the heater tank is full of water or you'll burn out the element. Often there will be a second on/off switch in the compartment with the water heater. When winterizing and draining the heater, flip the switch in the compartment off so an accidental turn on of the switch at the sink won't burn up the element.
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Thanks...Didn't know I had electric elements. I thought it was only gas. I'll check.
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