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Heater only warms water to 98 degrees

Heater will not heat water temperature higher than. 98 degrees

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SOURCE: Heater won't maintain program high temperature

Not sure which one is correct but here is a link to the Pentair/sta-rite site so you can get the information.
Sta-rite Heaters

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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SOURCE: sta-rite heater Display shows 125 degrees, won't activate heater

sounds like the temp sensor is bad. Sta-rite Heater

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Water Temp on heater reads 126 degrees F

I am not sure if you have resolved this issue, or not, but just in case. Yes, the problem is the Thermistor. This is a sensor that "reads" the incoming water temp. It is really easy to replace as well.

Posted on Jul 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Temperature reads 125 degrees.

I am not sure if you have solved this issue, or not, but just in case. The problem is the Thermister, or temp sensor. That will need to be replaced since it is reading the water temp at 125.

The Thermister is located on the manifold, left hand side, between the first two bolts. It is pretty easy to change out and this will correct the problem.

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Water Temprature read 126 on heater and will not Fire

This is a problem with your thermister (heat sensor) You will find this on the left side of the water manifold about half way down. I'm not sure but I think it is a small tube that slides into the manifold and if you follow the wires back to the board it just plugs in. The part is reasonable priced for a heater part and very easy to install. Good luck.

Posted on Dec 21, 2009

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Whatever water temperature you start with is what you will be able to maintain.
There is a red indicator light on the front of each heater indicating whether or not there is power to the unit when the tub is full of water and the water pump is turned on.
If there is a red light on then it has power to it and is working.
This heater will never feel warm to the touch.
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If the heater you purchased is installed in the wrong place it will not operate.

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I have a Vangaurd 6E720 30 gal electric hot water heater and the water does not get very warm.


If this is a new installation, make sure the unit is feed with at least 208+ volts of electricity.
If it is an older tank, try turning up the temperature setting on both thermostats. Set the top one 10 degrees higher than the bottom. If there is now change in the water temperature after a day or two, replace both thermostats. While your at it, change both element as well. A complete universal electric water heater rebuild kit should only cost around $35.

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If your dishwasher's cycle times are too long, check these: Water pre-heating Cycle not completing Water pre-heating Your dishwasher may pre-heat the water. If so, and if the water entering the dishwasher is cool, the heater may take up to half an hour to heat the water. To avoid the wait, increase the incoming water temperature before turning on the dishwasher. Do that by running the kitchen sink faucet until the water runs hot. Or increase the temperature of the hot water to the entire house at the hot water heater. Warning! To lessen the risk of scalding, don't set the hot water heater temperature higher than 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

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