Question about Water Heaters
If it put out enough heat to fail, and the legs are a larger diameter... it gives clues to the size and watts of the original. You can wildly guess and do a better job than having the water heater not work at all. Perhaps try a 100 ohm if it has trouble working try a 10 ohm
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
Testimonial: "it would appear to be the feed to the fan/blower, the colour coding is utter **** quality on it, but guessing by what the colours may be, its either 16 17 or 18k resistor, so gonna attempt one in the middle lol"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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