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Heater size? Our shed is 10X10 x7 insulated .Is this heater to big to leave on at 60 degrees 24/7

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Use the timer

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How do I leave the water heater when I go away for the winter

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Hot water is most often 10 degrees colder when it arrives at your machine from when it leaves your hot water heater. In general hot water is 130 degrees Fahrenheit (54.4 Celsius) or above. Warm water is between 110 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit ( 43.3-32.2 Celsius). Cold water is generally between 80 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit (26.7-15 Celsius). If cold water is below 60 degrees Fahrenheit (15 Celsius), clothes are unlikely to be cleaned very well.

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I have model 5805 and i seems to always run, never shuts off and doesn't get my childrens small room warm (10x10) thought room wasn't holding heat so i put my lasko tower heater in there and it worked just...

Sounds like the ceramic heater has lost it's ability to heat completely. In other words, it doesn't peak any more.

Can it be repaired? Possibly, but finding the part(s) may prove difficult. However, if you can safely disassemble the heater, I would recommend that you try cleaning the interior with a can of compressed air that has a straw nozzle (like you clean your computer with). It may simply be a case that it's clogged with dust and lint. Try not to disturb any of the electrical parts when you do this.

Hope this helps solve your problem.

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My Reliance 606 40 gallon water heater only heats up enough hot water to fill a bathtub. We've drained it, the pilot light is fine, it heats up the water really hot, but it just doesn't seem to be able to...

How big is your bathtub? Is your water heater set on the hottest setting? What is the temperature of the hot water at the tap?

Keep in mind that hot water can cause severe burns. Children and those with diminished mental capacity can be seriously harmed by hot water.

The "40 Gallon" rating on the water heater is usually the amount of hot water the unit can produce in one hour. So the tank, and the amount of immediately available hot water, might be smaller than 40 gallons.

My bathtub is 2 feet wide by 1 foot deep and 4 feet long. This is 8 cubic feet or almost 60 gallons. So a 40 gallons of water at 120 degrees, mixed with 20 gallons of cold water (60 degrees), fills the tub with 100 degree water. My January cold water is 42 degrees, so it will take 40 gallons at 129 degrees to fill the tub. If the tub is cold to start it will take even hotter water.

So the water heater might be just fine.

Possible solutions:
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2. insulate your hot water pipes so that the water loses less heat on the way to the tub.
3. bigger water heater.
4. smaller bathtub, or less full bathtub.


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Open the pilot light inspection door and look at the main burner flame height. If it is less than 2 inches or so, check out the three possibilities above. If the flame is very yellow and wandering around lazily, check the air intake on your vent cap for obstruction.

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