Question about Stiebel Eltron Electric Tankless Water Heater Tempra 24
It is possible that when pressure dropped from city supply that it created syphon and sucked water from your heater back into city lines. This could have caused unit to burn out heating element. I don't know if your unit has any backflow prevention to prevent this from happening.If you can I would suggest that you check incoming power to your heater. It should be around 240 volts. I also would check reset or limit switches again. Hope this helps. Thanks
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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