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Old 07-08-2011, 10:17 PM   #11
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Re: Water Heater Switch Light

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Well, that makes sense.
baglo
It would if OURS looked like Jim's (he must have gotten special treatment from ETT)! I keep mine a little cleaner as you will notice : - )
Mine looks like pic #1 right after I flip the switch on. About 15 seconds (or so) later, it looks like pic #2 (ie. after the pilot lights up and the heater is working). It looks like #2 from then on, with no indication that it's working (except that you have hot water). It looks like pic #2 when it's off too....cause it IS off in pic #2!
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Old 07-08-2011, 10:19 PM   #12
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Re: Water Heater Switch Light

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Well, that makes sense.

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Might make a bit more sense if you read THIS post.
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Re: Water Heater Switch Light

Sorry for the incomplete comment. I called the manufacturer of my dual fuel water heater and was told not to use the inside switch unless I had the propane turned on. Instead to use electricity only, one must go to the outside compartment and use the on/off switch in the lower left hand corner. I had to stoop to find it. I generally use electricity only provided by the places where I stay. Hope this is helpful.
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