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Titan Tankless SCR2 no hot water

I have 2-yr old Titan tankless SCR2. Two Red lights &onegreenlight come on but no hot water. Breaker is not tripped.

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  • tropicalbutt Jan 14, 2009

    HI , I AM HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM SO CHECKING TO MAKE SURE ITS GETTING ALL ELECTRIC IT NEEDS

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That sounds like the resetable thermostat, email the tech guys at the factory. The email is Titantech@engineer.com

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