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πŸ’§ Enhance Control and Safety with Suburban 232882 Water Heater Wall Switch Assembly - White Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5Β Β 
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Description of πŸ’§ Enhance Control and Safety with Suburban 232882 Water Heater Wall Switch Assembly - White

Suburban Water Heater Wall Switch Assembly. Color: White. Suburban part number: 232882. Replaces obsolete 232881.


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Good switchboard, no schematics.

Good machine. There are no instructions or wiring diagrams included. Purchased as a set with Suburban SW6DE water heater. There are NO wiring diagrams on it. (See photo for wiring diagram)

  • Excellent overall performance
  • Easy to service

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Small switch with full control.

The dash panel was smaller than I thought; but it was great when installed alongside other control switches. Small and compact, it controls the gas and electric mode of the water heater. Great switch for a great price.

  • Great for me
  • Updates

Revainrating 3 out of 5

The switch is great! The technical data is incorrect.

The switch itself is great. The reviews and your website as to whether a relay is needed were incorrect so we endeavored to find a compatible relay on short notice. Better technical information should be available.

  • Certified
  • Fine

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Suburban is doing big!

This is the switch you need if you are using 110V anything other than a Suburban water heater. When you connect your part of the 110v heater to the attached wire you use an electrical switch to control this. The chart is easy to understand.

  • Satisfied so far
  • Not bad, but...

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Easy Modification

I got this to replace the switches in the closet. Now they are in the bathroom where they feel more comfortable. The next project is to relocate the electric tank valve switches to the bathroom instead of an external storage compartment. I will be able to open the galley, showers and toilet tanks from the fifth wheel!

  • Absolutely Amazing!
  • Not sure

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Nice switch, easy to install

I replaced my old switch with this when replacing a suburban hot water tank. The old switch just turned the propane on/off with a red light until the propane lit up. This new switch also turns on/off the electrical part of the hot water tank. I love the fact that I can turn the power on and off in my van instead of going outside, removing the fuel filler flap and flipping a switch. The only thing I want from an electrical switch is a lightbulb to remind you it's on.

  • Free for educational purposes
  • Not bad

Revainrating 3 out of 5

So I have to smear it with glue to make it fit snugly. Here's the question

Ok, the device is worthy. The base plate is slightly concave so I find it never lays flat when inserted so I have to put drops of glue on it to get it in place. Here's the problem: I wasn't aware that the unit needed a separate relay to control the electric water heater element and it took quite a bit of time and effort to figure it out. You can't just send about 1100 watts through a switch to start a water heater element. If I had known this was the case I would have simply bought a household…

  • Hands-free
  • Very expensive

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A clean solution for installing a dual propane/electric water heater.

I really like this panel as it provides a clean set of switches to control my suburban propane/electric water heater. I was able to install it flush in the kitchen next to the water heater for easy access and good visibility. Wiring was very easy and it works exactly as expected. A few notes: Depending on your water heater model, you may need to add a relay between the switch and the water heater's 110V terminal. You should not supply 110V through this switch. My particular Suburban water…

  • Great design
  • Crumpled packaging