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The heater elements have burnt

When the heater is switched ON, the red light indication comes ON, but, the water isn't getting heated. Then i disconnected the electrodes and found that there is no continuity between the electrode terminals which indicates that the electrodes are faulty. I removed the electrodes and found that there are some holes present on it (i.e. bursted). I replaced them with the new electrodes but after 5 months the same problem re-occurred. Again the heater elements bursted. Need to find a permanent solution to this.

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Check your bloody water chemistry

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sounds like a flame sensor.remove ignitor assembly and clean with fine emory cloth or steel wool.when properly cleaned it should feel smooth for entire length of sensor

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I just solved this about an hour ago. It's the connection from the circuit board to the ignitor. The same thing happened to me that it ran a long time and then it wouldn't. At some point it loses spark. The large wire from the board to thee= ignitor is the culprit. Take the ignitor out and press the two electrodes to about 1/4"-3/8max. Clean the surface plate where it meets the heater and also clean the brass piece on the othe end. Then clean the brass piece on the circuit board. Slide the 2 boots down a little and expose the receptacles. Press them a little with pliers, put them on their respective connections and then slide the boots back on. It started right up and has been running since! This after I bought a new gas valve $178! Let me know if this does it for you.

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