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OK...saw this on the other thread, you go into greater detail here - so here goes...
Your water heater should (depending on the model) use gas to stay hot if the gas valve is open, but when it's closed it'll go over to AC if it's plugged in - kinda like the refrigerator when it's on auto. If the gas is not on or the AC is not plugged in, the water will then cool off. Some RVers buy a good sized generator to use when they're "boondocking' it, in order to run lights and such, and to recharge the batteries.
BTW, running your fridge and water heater on gas is the most efficient and the fridge will actually keep things in there colder on gas than on AC.
Hopefully, this helps...
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