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There is only cold water coming through.I tested

There is only cold water coming from the shower.I tested the main heater relay and no power was going through, Is this a common problem and is there anything else I should testor is there another reason for the relay not to energise

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the instructions that came with your water heater should have a diagram of how to do this. if not let me know, I can send a copy.
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Your heater is on? Do you regularly drain off sediment?

Have you contunity tested your elements (power off)? Volt tested the same (power on)?

Has anyone fooled with the thermostat?

There is the possibility the dip tube (cold water going in) has broken off and instead of sending the cold water to the bottom, the cold goes straight from the cold water entrance pipe to the hot water exit pipe. Normally, one would expect cold water to sink and hot water to be on the top but, when you are drawing water off the top, with a broken dip tube, the water travels the shortest distance required, thus, your luke warm water.

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