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Not producing enough hot water after 2 years

Water is only warm. No longer hot. This is a Titan N85
Can you help?
I tried turning the thermostat all the way to Hi.

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  • bigslimaba May 11, 2010

    Is it gas or electric?

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I have no Idea why I asked if it was electric..it is. They make a great product, it is going to be a heating element. you are better off changeing out the whole unit. They are low cost and all you would have to do is swap them out. You could also just buy a new part the site is below. http://www.titantankless.com/buynow.htm

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