How to Light an Atwood Hydro-Flame Furnace

Lighting an Atwood Hydro-Flame furnace makes your RV more comfortable.
Lighting an Atwood Hydro-Flame furnace makes your RV more comfortable. (Image: rv,motorcoach image by Greg Pickens from Fotolia.com)

"Roughing it" in the wilderness is no longer what it used to be. People have chosen to swap their camping tents for a recreational vehicle. These “mobile tents” even offer their users water heating fixtures. One of the most popular heating fixtures is the Atwood Hydro-Flame furnace. RV owners and renters have installed it, and lighting the furnace is simple.

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Charge your RV’s battery up and turn the Atwood Hydro-Flame furnace’s gas valve on to the “pilot” position.

Light a match while pushing and holding the gas valve. Hold the match over the pilot to light it.

Allow the gas flame to burn for a moment before switching the gas valve over to the “on” position.

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