Question about Water Heaters
After a power outage, the water heater continues to go into vacation mode and we can't keep hot water in the house. Any suggestions before we have to spend 100 for a plumber to come and spend 2 minutes to reset it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: After a power outage, the
Ideally you have the original operating guide that came with the unit. The guide should show the location of a reset button and explain how to reset it to original factory settings.
If you don't have the guide, open the control door and see if instructions are printed on the inside of the door. If not look for small (usually red) button behind door and depress to reset.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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