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see if the circuit breaker switch has tripped either partially or fully and reset it. Check for bad or loose wiring on the heater and breakers. The next thing is more likely the heating element is no good and needs repaired or the heater needs replaced.
It runs off 220v, meaning there are two "hots" and a ground.
The 190tc uses TWO sets of 220v at 40amps each.
Instead of only having one dbl throw breaker, you need 2.
Having said that... the white wire "should" be the same as the black wire and can be connected which ever way you like
your water heater will take a 160 amps of you service. I would not install one if it was me. The total demand in the dead of winter with furnace, water heater and lights on will cause you to brown out.
The boiler temperature setting is kept at a position lower than you need. Go to the boiler. There will be a small box with a knob. The knob generally has 3 settings marked. Cold or Vacation, warm and Hot. If you inspect it closely you will also see a rd dot marked on the body. If my guess is right, the red mark and warm align in your case. Turn the knob a little towards the hot. However, test your setting after a little time and adjust to the best setting that suits you.. If your temperature controller is in good working condition, water could get really hot. So, tely everyone in the house that you have changed the setting to hot. Other wise you know, severe scalding could occur. If this did not work you may need to change the thermostat. The element seems to be work because the water is heating up at least a few degrees.
check the flue to make sure it is clearand make sure you have constant water pressure going thru the unit, are all valves opened up all the way it must have min 65 lbs of water pressure for the unit to stay on, if you are on a well you will have to turn the water pressure up on the system some well systems let the low water side go down to 35lbs before the pump comes on and the unit will not work with that pressure