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My eemax ex120tc 11.5kw 240v the water does not get hot enough.

One of the lights just flickers.

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  • bigslimaba May 11, 2010

    Send some more info on the prob what you wrote got cut off. These are normaly a simple fix let me know


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You can check elements with a meter to see if they are any good. how old is heater?

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