Question about Empire RH35 Mid-Size Heater
This is an empire dv wall heater
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the solution and reason to the problem mentioned by you is as follows:
As cold water comes in, it remains at the bottom of the tank because it is denser than hot water. If you use the hot water faster than the heating elements can heat the incoming cold water, and if you consume all of the hot water that the tank holds, you run out of hot water in the middle of your shower. If this seems to happen too often, it could mean that the bottom heating element in an electric water heater has burned out or that your water heater is too small for your house. Or it could mean that you are taking really, really long showers.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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