I have an old atwood G6A-4E hot water heater. during a rebuild I cannot figure where the white wire from the circuit board with the female spade connector goes.it says it goes to the flame sensor/spark probe but one wire goes to the spark plug like wire and the other small red wire goes to a small black wire with a connector to the right side of the circuit board. what do I do with it? thanks mike
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mine looks just like COUGARKID'S with the straight spark probe going to the little black wire on the right with a tiny spade connector. the white wire from the connector on the left has a spade connector that would fit on the thermister but thats not where it goes? I emailed atwood but they say there is no tiny black wire on the side and that I am crazy (well not really) maybe it is an extra wire included for another model that would use the function? I doubt it as I used an ohm meter to see if the small black wire and the white wire are internally connected but they are not. I cannot test the heater yet as the fresh water tank is out being repaired and I cannot fire it up.
I recently bought the motorhome used and the hot water tank was split from improper winterizing. my fresh water tank also had a leak. I sent the tank out to have fixed but when reassembling I could not figure out where the white wire goes.
even atwood tech does not seem to know?
they tell me it may be a ground but with a quick connect connector on it?
I am afraid to ground it as I may short out the electronics.
can anyone tell me for sure>