Question about Honeywell Water Heaters
Even when I turn the temperature control dial to the hottest setting on the hot water tank, the water still isn't very hot. Is there some sort of a safety valve or a way to get the water out of the taps hotter? Or is this simply a problem with the tank itself? I'm not 100% sure of the brand of the tank. I will double check and edit the post accordingly.
What is hot? Above 122F causes scald within 30 seconds. Get a temperature reading at tap. Use a candy thermometer if need be. If you want 140F water then your gas valve needs replacing.
In most code areas it is now illegal to deliver tap water over 125F to a consumer faucet.
You may love 140F but you jeopardize kids and Seniors.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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