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javaseuf

California's Gold Coast

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Posted: 06/08/09 10:33am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

woodsmitch wrote:

My heater is an Atwood m/n GC10A-4E.The maqnual states that the light will come on if the water overheats and to turn it off and then back on to reset and that if it continues to lockout to call an Atwood repairman. It is running on electric when itd is locking out.


Interesting. Had no idea the Atwoods used their light for this purpose. Learn something new every day.
Thanks for the info.





enblethen

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Posted: 06/08/09 11:19am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Javaseuf:
This appears to be only on some models that have a combined gas/electric control module. GC 10A-4E and GC 6A-10E models.


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