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Truma hot water system keeps flicking the circit breaker please help

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If this has worked in the past check all the electrical connections and be sure they are tight. You might consider changing the breaker as excess trips tends to lower the trip point. Check the heating elements and be sure they are isolated from ground if not replace them.

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