Question about General Electric GE CR127B5 Bellows Actuated Pressure Switch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: elec water heater no hot water
Check the breaker to see if the unit is getting power. You will need a voltage meter to check out the thermostat on the unit and also you will need to use it to check if the elements aren't blown. Sounds like the unit isn't getting power but could be the thermostat located under one of the panels on the side of the unit.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Turn dial from vacation to higher setting liker warmer if not hotter if not already there. If this does not work let me know. Please rate. jj505
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
SOURCE: I own a house with
GE is made by Rheem, but the market is always changing. Rheem-based serial number shows tank was made in 1990.
Tank will last as long as anode rod(s) protects steel tank from rusting.
If your tank has two anode rods, then tanks lasts longer.
That's how companies determine if water heater is '6-year' or '12-year.'
I don't have manual for your product to say if you have 12 year tank. Side of tank might have information blurb besides mandatory label that shows serial number.
You can update your water heater by replacing anode rod(s) assuming they can be loosened and removed after this number of years, which is a big IF with old heaters. Your plumber might have impact wrench he uses to see if anode can come out.
If the water heater is making gurgling rumbling and/or crackling sounds then tank has sediment build-up.
You can also get a baseline of rust by flushing tank and watching if water is very rusty.
If you flush tank regularly, and inspect anode every 1-3 years, a tank will last many years longer than manufacturer's label.
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
SOURCE: I replaced the heating element
Does it have a reset on control ..check breaker .. use a volt meter on high setting check power at element work your way back find where power stoppes..
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
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