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How do you operate the water heater in a keystone zeppelin travel trailer

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SOURCE: Bought an old 1984 Terry Taurus Travel Trailer

see if control knob pushes in while in pilot posistion ,if so place in pilot posistion and keep depressed for at least 1minute after lighting pilot light then move to on ...gd luck chris

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SOURCE: 2007 hot water heater leaking

You will be happier if you replace it
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SOURCE: Hot water heater is not working correctly on electric

Check that the by-pass valve(s) on or near back of water heater are in the proper position. If your stumped on how they should be for normal operation, remember this. Cold water has to flow into bottom of tank, so that valve needs to be open straight into that fitting. Then the hot comes out the top, so that valve has to be open as well. Any valves in between those lines need to be closed, otherwise it will mix cold and hot . If still not sure, get back to me, with location of any valves there, and I'll guide you through it.

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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