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Changed heater element and still the water wont heat up

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Follow the heater wiring (with the power off would be wise) until you find the thermostats and safety cutouts. These will be small (perhaps half inch across) round or square two-terminal devices bolted directly onto the outside of the tub.

Use a multimeter in ohms mode to find out whether any of these is open-circuit. Reset (some cutouts have a small button in the middle: press it, and if it clicks, you've won) or replace any that are.

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Electric Water Heater Wiring Diagram


If you are changing a water heater thermostat on your hot water heater, or would just like to troubleshoot your hot water heater, you may want to know how it is to be wired.

Here is a diagram of the way a normal electric hot water heater with two elements that run non-simultaneous will be wired. This means that only one element at a time will be working and have power going to it. The top element will heat water until it is heated to your set point and then it will switch the power to the lower element to heat the bottom of the tank. This gives you some hot water quickly, and then heats the rest of the tank.


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I have 120 VAC to the elements and have hit the reset button but my water heater wont switch on to heat the water. it is brand new.


Test for 240V across top two screws on upper element
Test elements.
Replace thermostats.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-test-water-heater-element.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-replace-thermostat-on-electric-water-heater.html

Tank that has two elements is rated 240Volt.
The element will test for live 120Volt to ground at all times, but not until the circuit is completed will the element turn on and test 240Volt.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-troubleshoot-electric-problems-with-water-heater.html

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Have a new electric tank,top element wont come on,replaced thermostat 3 times top element comes on once but next morning not enough hot water&top element wont come on,can someone help? thanks


The top element only comes on when the heater is about out of water. The water is directed to the bottom of the tank. Cold water stays on bottom, Bottom heater element heats water. If you use all that water then the top of the tank gets cold and the top element comes. When the top of the tank is warm, then the bottom element comes on. I would susupect the bottom element as it does most of the work. If you have an ohm meter, turn off electric, and remove wires from element. Check element for continuity. If you don't get reading, then that element is bad.

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Check the elements, if you have access to a meter to check them. If they are getting power to elements and you have no hot water.
The elements are not working correctly. I had some elements check out ok till the thermostat's turned on and the elements didn't heat.
Sounds like the elements are bad.

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How do i change the element in my water heater


The most important step is to turn the power off. If you still have the manual it is the best to follow the instructions provided in a book.

If not, learn about electric water heaters, how to test the heating elements, how they work and are they OK, than follow the instructions:

Once the power is off, turn the water supply off, attach the hose and drain the water heater.

Unscrew the terminals from the heating element and unbolt the elements from the water heater.

New heating elements has to be with same specs as the old one.

Before turning the water heater on it is VERY IMPORTANT to refill the tank.

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Voltage varified correct to top thermostat


change the thermostat on both upper and lower elements, and the elements depending on the age of the water heater, if it is over 6 years old consider changing the water heater,

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