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No heat from water heater, wish to replace thermastat and heating elemnt, need part numbers please

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Thermostats and elements are fairly common items from home improvement stores. remove the old ones and take with you, a representitive can cross reference them for you. Just make sure the elements are of the same voltage and wattage rating

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