A simple visual inspection can easily tell you if your heater is gas or electric. If you're inspecting your heating unit and you see a flame, you have a gas heater. The flame is usually blue, and you will be able to see it clearly through the small window on your heating unit. If still unsure, contact the manufacturer or a licensed plumber.
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