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Old 05-06-2009, 01:21 PM   #1
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I have a 2006 Cruiser with rear kitchen. The 10 gallon atwood water heater stopped working on the electric side. I am not getting 110 volts to the heater. Does anyone know if the romak wire is one solid piece to the heater or maybe spliced somewhere in the roof. I am thinking it may be in the wire nuts at the heater conection box. It is hard to get to it and I am thinking about redoing it with longer wires.Any thoughts appreciated.
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Old 05-06-2009, 02:53 PM   #2
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Sorry, don't have specific answer to your question, but would the wiring be in the roof or in the underbelly?...I think that may be where you'd find it. What model Cruiser?, is the water heater in a slide? Then there may be a JB under the slideout. Do you have 110+ volts at the breaker feeding the heater?
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I don't think the wiring goes to the roof from the heater. As was said check the power at the breaker box first and then make sure the GFI in the kitchen is not tripped.
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Old 05-09-2009, 05:37 AM   #4
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It is a 29RL. It is 110volts at breaker. waterheater is under sink/drawers in kitchen. a bugger to get to. I imagine the wire runs up top. They sued wire nuts to connect the romax and stranded wire at the rear of the heater. I magine that is where the problen lies. Hopefully they did'nt splice the romax in the roof. I have heard of the black plastic junction boxes getting hot and melting. I plan to redo this asap.
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