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How to turn up the temp. on a Rheem mod. 82v52-2 hot water heater


To adjust the thermostat, turn off the water heater. Then remove the access panel(s) and any insulation. The access panels are above the drain valve. Take a small flat blade screwdriver and rotate thermostat dial pointer. (The lower temperature settings are to the right.) Replace the access panel(s) and insulation and then turn on the water heater. Do not remove the protective cover on the thermostat.

Wait for water to heat and then check the temperature at various faucets. Make sure to adjust the anti-scald temperature limiter at any faucet that may be accessed by a small child or adult who might be injured by high water temperatures. (Just put a thermometer in the flowing water. Check the faucet installation information. The high temperature limiter will be under/behind the handle for single handle fixtures.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Adjusting the temperature setting on a Delta single handle faucet 13/14 series.


Delta single handle Tub & Shower faucet temperature control adjustment.

Step 1 - Remove handle to gain access to rotational limit stop. Once handle is off there ia a plastic limit stop disc. Remember where it is to start with. Metal handles require a 1/8" allen wrench to remove handle. Plastic handles require removal of cap to access screw to remove with phillip's head screw driver.

Step-2- To adjust the temperature of the water coming out of the valve, pull the disc back to a position where it is possible to remove the Rotational Limit Stop and readjust the teeth to desired position to acheive temperature. Once moved reinsert it into place to test water

Step-3- Clock wise will decrease the temperature and counter clockwise will increase the outlet temperature to a hotter setting. Temperature setting per tooth (notch) could result in 4 to 16 degree's based on inlet water conditions.

Check water temperatures to make sure it is at a safe temperature to avoid scalding. Safe operating temperatures range around 120 degree's. Some may have to be adjusted based on season's.
Winter season's when it is cold outside you may have to turn temperature up due to water coming into house will be colder than it would be in the summer.

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Try replacing heating element in hot water heater.

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Delta faucet troubleshooting


There are very many different Delta shower valves. Most have a hot limit stop, which you can get to once you remove the handle and the decorative chrome dome that covers the cartridge.

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Adjust handle stop on Metro high arc


Is it possible that you have installed the faucet incorrectly . Loosen it off and turn 90 degrees facing you so that one way is cold the other way hot.

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How do you internally adjust the hot water setting of a Symmons pressure balancing mixing valve?


  • To set the shower valve handle limit stop, remove the screw holding on to the handle and remove the handle.
  • Remove the round dome cover by turning in a counter-clockwise direction. At this point you will see a small slotted screw head that is visible in the valve cap.
  • Place the handle back on the valve stem (loosely) and open the valve turning the handle until the maximum desired position is reached. This may require turning the limit stop screw (T-34) counter-clockwise (see CAUTION above). To most accurately and safely verify the temperature of the hot water, place a thermometer in a tumbler of water filled from tub outlet.
  • Shut off valve and re-attach dome and handle.
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    When turning on the hot water on dedicated hot water faucets, the water is almost scalding. However, when turning on the shower and tub that has only one faucet handle (mixes cold and hot) and put the...


    Pull apart the front of the valve and there is a limiter that is set to limit hte hot water, you need to adjust that limiter. I find many valves are shipped with teh setting too cold.

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    Wateris not hot enough, need to know how to adjust scauldgard on faucetto getmore hot water, and less cold.


    Assuming that you have sufficient hot water, you need to adjust the Scald-Guard valve. It's usually quite easy to do. The intent is to limit the amount of hot water that can be fed to to shower head or tub spout. On the 1300/1400 series faucents there is a disk behind the faucet knob/lever called the rotational limit stop. Remove the knob/lever, either by popping the cover off the knob and removing the screw with a Philips head screw driver, or removing the handle with an allen wrench. Next adjust the rotational limit stop disk clockwise to increase the limit on hot water flow. Delta claims each tooth you click past clockwise will increase the maximum water temperature by 6 degrees F.

    Delta has a great FAQ on their web site. As of Jan 30, 2011, this link is valid:
    http://www.deltafaucet.com/customersupport/faq/Water+Temperature/

    If the rotational limit stop disk is already turned to the maximum point (clockwise), then you may have a hot water flow problem (either with the cartridge or to or in the manifold). The cartridges require a little more know-how to replace. You'll need to shut off the main water valve prior to removing the old cartridge. There are a couple of places that detail how to replace and/or service the cartridges, including a short video on youtube. I can post more details on this if you find you need to replace the cartridge.

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    Not enough hot water, has to do with a shower valve


    Hello, first if any water supply hot or cold is turned off, you will experience trickling as you mention. You must have both cold and hot in order to adjust the temperature on your valve. if you had a plumber intall this unit you should ask him to adjust it. Otherwise here is how:
    Rotate the handle counterclockwise to stop and let water run till cold water is purged, check
    temperature. Rotate handle to off, remove handle parts (see Disassembly in your manual) and temperature limit stop, rotate clockwise to decrease and counterclockwise to increase maximum hot water temperature, reinstall temperature limit stop and handle (TIP: Do not screw handle in until desired maximum temperature is achieved) Repeat steps until desired maximum
    temperature is achieved

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    Water is warm not hot. How do i adjust the scorch guard?


    Here is the breakdown of the model number shown:

    Delta T13420


    The way to adjust the temperature is by this:

    1. Get a pocket thermometer.
    2. Turn on the water to the hottest setting.
    3. Remove handle.
    4. Check the temperature with the thermometer. (adjust to your liking, scald begins above 100 f)
    5. Set temperature by removing and rotating the plastic piece just below the handle left or right until the desired temperature is achieved.
    6. Replace handle.
    This should do it.

    Hope this helps and please rate this!



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