Question about Water Heaters
No hot water, light blinks twice indicating the water is to hot-but no hot water at faucet. I can not find the thermostat so I am guessing this is electronically controlled! I do not where this device would be located in the circit panell.
The model # EE2H50RD045V
serial # 0326140440
mfg date 6/03
product # 0830102 50 gal
Two flashes means that the high limit temperature has been reached. Once this happens, the temperature control system will shut off. Make sure that all element access doors are in place. Push the "Push to Reset" button to restart the temperature control system. The water heater will self test for ten minutes before it will start to heat. If you get the 2 flashes again then you may need to replace one or both elements. Each element should measure 5-25 ohms.
The "thermostat" is the knob marked "Temperature Control". Make sure that the operating mode is set to 1,2 or 3.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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