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.
From four-gallon to 16-gallon tanks, the water heater can produce enough hot water to serve from one person to six.
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.
Here are the answers to the most commonly-asked questions regarding the operation of this appliance:
A propane gas water heater has only one switch. It is on the inside of your coach.