Understanding Your Suburban RV Water Heater

Camping in an RV allows you to bring almost all the comforts of home to a campsite. One of the most valuable amenities that travels with you is hot water.

This utility makes camping much more comfortable, offering hot showers and clean dishes. Have you ever wondered how your Suburban RV water heater delivers hot water?

Let’s tap into the workings of this sometimes overlooked appliance.

From four-gallon to 16-gallon tanks, the water heater can produce enough hot water to serve from one person to six.

About the Suburban RV Water Heater 

A water heater for an RV works much like a water heater in your home. It has a tank, an ignition switch, and a heating element.

How the Suburban RV Water Heater Works 

Here are the answers to the most commonly-asked questions regarding the operation of this appliance:

Basic Understanding Of Your Suburban RV Water Heater

A propane gas water heater has only one switch. It is on the inside of your coach.

How Do I Know If My Water Heater Is Gas Or Electric?

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