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Hi. Did the water get really hot just before the water heater tank shut off? If so, and if your water heater is electric, the temporary fix is to shut off the main, and water heater circuit breakers, (at the main electrical panel) then remove the upper cover, on the metal face of the water heater (there are two, upper and lower) Then carefully remove the insulation, and plastic thermostat cover. Underneath, there will be a large red button, located at the top of the upper thermostat. If you can see the red button through the thermostat cover, then removal is unnecessary. When pushed in, if you hear a "click" it should fire up the water heater. you will hear sizzling and popping noises to let you know it's on. Remember, this is very temporary! As this is an over temperature, (high limit switch) safety device, take replacement of the thermostats seriously ok? My suggestion may or may not be the answer you are looking for, depending on your water heater, but is standard for the majority of home residential electric water heaters.
If you attempt the replacement yourself, be sure to get the exact same, upper and lower thermostats! That way you will be sure the old wiring will reach and you wont have to replace any wires, with longer one's. The correct wiring diagrams will be on the back of the new thermostat's packaging. match up the correct diagram to your water heater, BEFORE disconnecting anything. When done, BE SURE the thermostat's are in their retainer clips, and are touching the bare tank tightly, on the backside. They cant measure temperature without contact.

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1) Copy following links for wiring upper thermostat:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/WH-w-combined2-1000.jpg
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-water-heater-thermostats.html

2) Thermostat must sit flat against tank wall to read correct temperature, and entire opening must be covered with insulation so cool room temperature will not interfere with temperature reading.
Be sure to put cover back on side of tank for electrical safety, and to prevent any possible fire caused by melted parts and overheating.

3) Tighten wires very tight under screw plate, and make sure only copper wire is used, and all wires under plate are same gauge, do not mix stranded wire and solid wire or stranded will become loose.
Only copper under the screw plate and cut back insulation so no insulation gets under screw plate.
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Burned-thermostat5-143.jpg

4) Add comment and say what you are doing

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Need a wiring schematic


Copy following link for tank-type electric water heater wiring:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-water-heater-thermostats.html

For tankless electric:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-Tankless-electric-water-heater.html

For tankless gas, hybrid, combo, boiler, indirect, solar, heat pump, etc then re-post question with specific brand and model number for possible help

For switches, timers, lights etc:
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I have a reliance electric hotwater tank and the lower left side of the thermostat is totally melted, what is the cause of this?


An internal short in the wiring of the thermostat. It is not as common an occurrence as it use to be, but it still happens.
I would check your breaker panel and make sure the water heater's breakers are the correct size for your unit.

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After installing my titan N100 the breaker keeps tripping went from 50 amp breaker to 60 and still keeps tripping how do Isolve this problem?


You had an instant heater there before? Or a different type? Your breaker numbers don't mean anything to me, I need amps and volts, what is the amp? 30? and the volt is 220? Or are you in Europe?. And you had the four wires in there before? And you have all 4 wires on the heater line? And the heater is grounded? It should work. Unless it is not getting enough juice, but you already upped the amp. Let me know what you got.

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No you cannot safely increase the output of a tankless water heater. The alternatives would be to install a heater in your Jacuzzi or to add a tank type water heater to hold water for the tub and then run the haot water from the tankles into the tank. This way all the tank is doing is holding water for you to use and not heating it. Kinda defeats one of the purposes of having a tankles though.
Only other option would be to exchange the tankles for a higher ouput one. Also an exspensive option.

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