Question about Water Heaters
After a shower this a.m. the water heater burner did not ignite to heat more water. I had to turn the control all the way to 'very hot' before the burner kicked in. That was fine and the water did heat to 'very hot' . Do you think I will run into that again tomorrow morning? I guess I have not used enough hat water today to run the temp down enough to let the burner kick on again. time will tell.
Thanks for any ideas to look for,
Dave in Denver
Unless your AO is a high recover it will take a while for it to fill up with the water that you have used then reheat the water in the tank.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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