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Old 07-09-2014, 10:34 PM   #1
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ECO reset button

Here a another dumb question what does the Letters ECO mean when referring to RV reset button. I know what the manual reset does I was just wondering if ECO was a aberration for something.
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What's it in regards to?
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Old 07-09-2014, 11:29 PM   #3
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I think the ECO is the Emergency Cutoff Switch on the hot water heater. If it trips you need to push the reset button. I personally don't know of anyone that has ever had to do this. More info is in the manuals.
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I assume the question is about the controls on the water heater. The ECO switch is a protective control, which needs to be reset if it is tripped. I believe that "ECO" is an acronym, but I don't recall for what... and I couldn't find it in a quick search.
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I think the ECO is the Emergency Cutoff Switch on the hot water heater
So there's the answer, posted while I was trying to find it.
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Thanks guys your right I was referring to the RV hot water heater. Now I know ( Emergency Cut off Switch ) For the life of me I could not find what the abbreviations meant in the Hot water heater manual.
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