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I've worked on them for a while now and I find the booster is just that, will only 'top up' your hot water's temperature not give you the same as the bottom heater, which is usually on for 7 hours and reaches 85 degrees, they are both the same elements, needs to be on max or 85 degrees, that booster element is normally set lower so you could try adjusting that, but it may mean your bottom heater is not working, that's the one that does the hard work, I have wired up the top heater so it comes on over night while I was waiting for the new element to arrive, but this just doesn't heat as hot as the bottom one, maybe because of the position(half way up the tank) or just the stat settings, be warned though I have had many elements where the thermostat tube it's self has become unsoldered and so you get very hot water seeping out, so if there is any signs of water leaking or 'furring' around where the stat goes, get the element replaced asap ....
Posted on Jun 11, 2013
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