Question about Water Heaters
You are correct. That is the way most of the two eliment water heaters work, one eliment at a time. Make sure that the two thermostarts are set at the same value. Have you tried just making the water hotter, so that the hot water will not be used at such a fast rate, when mixed with the cold? Also draining the sediment from the bottom of the tank with increase the water capacity,of course.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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