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Coleman hot water on demand fuse keeps blowing

What causes the fuse to blow

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SOURCE: Heater won't blow hot in my coleman Seapine

did you try the limit reset button? It is red and may be close to the blower.If your pilot is on and burners don't come on this may be it

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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I had a similar problem and was able to unscrew the screen at the end of the intake hose and manually move the pump propellor with a long nail which loosened it and it works fine now. I think it had seized with calcium deposit even though I had cleaned it as instructed.

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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You are pushing the knob inwards then turning it ?

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I recall 3 and a half liters per minute. More than the Primus and the Cube

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SOURCE: Our Coleman hot water on demand does not run at

You may have blown the internal fuse. Remove side cover, locate the circuit board and fuse, replace and reseal reinstall side cover.

Posted on Jul 20, 2011

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We done' use our coleman hot water on demand


I had a similar problem and was able to unscrew the screen at the end of the intake hose and manually move the pump propellor with a long nail which loosened it and it works fine now. I think it had seized with calcium deposit even though I had cleaned it as instructed.

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