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Not getting a water temp system just states OPEN

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Your temp sensor is mounted in the plumbing and you will need to check the wires from it back to the control and check the connection at the board. If they are bad or worn you will need to replace the sensor.

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Do you mean your heater is saying water sensor open? Or your control?
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Resistance range for the sensor? I honestly don't know. I would have to determine exactly what part number, locate a manual etc.

In reality, it doesnt matter though for the purpose of diagnostics in this situation.

If the sensor is open at room temp and at 32 degrees, you have a bad sensor.
(some sensors close at call of operation, some open at call, so one cannot always go by the "if its open at room temp, its bad" assumption.)

Get a glass of water filled with ice, stir a little. You will have 32 degree water. (Water changes state at precicely 32 degrees.)
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