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Adjust the tempo setting on the thermostat or fit new element/s to the hot water system

Posted on Dec 17, 2016

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I have a Rheem 81SV-40D water heater, water is hotter in the morning and only warm at night. I don't see a time or anything. Can you please help me to figure out what's wrong? thanks


Dear Chu,
I think I am hearing you say the water is hotter if the water heater has sat all night without the usage of any hot water, and otherwise, it is not hot.
I should suspect one of your heating elements is not good any more.
Look and see if there are 2 removable covers on the side of the water heater, an upper and a lower.
Take a test instrument and, with the water heater unhooked from the power source, see if you have one element that shows no continuity with an ohm meter /resistance test.
That element can be replaced, sometimes you must drain the water heater water to do so.
God bless your efforts.

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Heat will not shut down, continues to get hotter


there might be a broken hot water pipe somewhere and so that might be causing the heater to stay on as its not getting to temperature.

Sep 26, 2016 | Water Water Heaters

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Cold water side will not get cold


we are loss to understand this question
with hot water systems the water in is at normal temperature ( day /night ) and it is heated either by solar to electric/ gas to make the water hot
the hot water system will not make water colder only hotter.

Apr 09, 2015 | Water Water Heaters

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Patricia bailey the product I asked question about is a inter therm 40 gal hot water heater model HSE-40F-240S


call a plumber to have the valve replaced is all you can do dear!!!!! to make hotter water you need to turn the thermostats up they are behind metal plates where the elements are .doing so will cost more money on electric bill

Feb 17, 2015 | Water Water Heaters

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How do I just the water heater to make the water hotter


To make the water hotter, u may constrict the water flow that goes through the tap, shower etc. With the water flows slowly, the heater has more time to heat the water in it and then the water will be hotter although it won't be boiling hot(100 degrees Celcius) because the water heater is not designated to heat water up to that temperature

Apr 09, 2013 | Water Heaters

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How do i turn up the water heater to get the water hotter


1) Copy following link for tank-type water heater.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-adjust-temperature-on-water-heater.html

2) Add comment and say which type heater you have

Jan 03, 2013 | Water Heaters

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Hot water is not


Which type and brand water heater do you have?
Is the water hot at the water heater?
You might have plumbing problem with crossover.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Crossover.html

Aug 17, 2012 | Water Heaters

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My Atwood 6 gal. water heaters pressure relief valve starts dripping shortly after (8 or 10 min.) heat is called for, and dripping gets stronger until a full flow. I have checked all four hi-limits and...


If the water seems hotter than normal, then a faulty thermostat would be a good bet.
If water doesn't seem any hotter than normal, then check incoming water pressure.
usually 2 things cause that, too much pressure coming in, or thermostat faulty and not cutting out when normal temperature reached, thus higher temperature, and pressure. If both them check out, replace valve.

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