Water Heater of 2001 Fleetwood Flair

Question: The water heater manual states it is a two way - propane / electric - but we can't find a switch to change it. Could anyone tell us if there is one; and if so where it is located?

Robbie: Check the model number on the Waterheater. The Manual normally covers more than one model. If you do have the 110V feature and have no switch look at your Breaker Panel and see if one is tagged for your Waterheater. If it is marked for Waterheater you can use the breaker to turn the feature on and off. If nothing is marked then you don't have this feature. If you do have both LP and 110V remember you can use both at the same time if you want to. Good luck
Note: Surburban Waterheaters have a ON/OFF switch for the 110V located outside in the lower left corner under the burner. Its a black rocker switch.

Thanks for the Question Good Luck,

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