Question about Water Heaters
Is there any way to tell a water heater work without hooking up every thing? Can determine the heating element works without filling it up with water? It is electric.
I would try a continuety test on the element. You should get no resistance. If the water heater has been sitting for any real length of time, then it is probably better to just replace, instead of tryin to reuse, especially since you don't want to shower/wash is stagnant water...
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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