Many mobile homes, RVs and home boats contain water heaters that allow occupants to take advantage of hot water while on vacation. Atwood offers many different models of 6 – to 10-gallon water heaters for these purposes. The GC6AA 10E Atwood water heater is a 6-liter capacity heater that uses propane gas and electricity to operate. This heater can work with gas or electricity. Every time you set up your campsite or leave on your boat, you have to start the heating. Things you will need
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- Turn on the propane tank to allow gas to flow into the GC6AA Atwood 10E water heater.
- Lift the ring on the access panel of the water heater on the side of the trailer and return it to slide it through the slot and allow it to remove the lid.
- Turn the control knob to “Pilot” and keep it there. If you release it, the command automatically becomes “On.” Remaining in “pilot” at this stage is necessary.
- Hold a match or a lighter so that the flame is inside the pilot hole until you turn on the gas. Keep the control knob on “pilot” for 30 seconds.
- Release the control button from what moves back to “On.” If the pilot goes off, repeat steps 2 through adjusting the water temperature by sliding the temperature selection up or down. The higher it is set, the hotter the water will be.
- Activate the water heater’s electrical switch to “Yes” if you want to use the electrical backup.
- Pull the electric switch and turn the gas pilot control knob to “Off” when you have finished using the water heater.