Question about Water Heaters
There appears to be no connection between the gas ignition and the water, water flows but is very luke warm
You have gas water heater with working burner.
But not getting hot water at faucet?
1) Bad faucet cartridge. Test for crossover. Copy following link:
2) Is there hot water inside the tank? Open drain valve and check for hot water.
3) Drips and leaks: Turn off all taps and put ear against pipe and listen for water leak.
Water leak can run all the hot out of tank.
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What type of heater is this? I need to know the model name and make and then we can go threw the process of how to do it. Most gas heaters do not have power to them and I only know of a few tankless heaters that do.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
The manual says to hold a match near the pilot while the ignitor is
trying. It says that if the unit lights the pilot orifice may be dirty
or clogged. Then the manual says to check
the voltage on the igniter. It should be 1.3 volts DC minimum if it is not means the electronic control box is defective.
Let me know the status ...Kevin
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
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