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My hot water is not working i have power to relay that is new but it will not send power to my on off switch

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Hello,

I am a little confused by your question because a PG is a cold water pressure washer. In most mobile hot water machines there will not be a relay. My best guess is that you are talking about a GFCI that is not sending voltage to the On/Off/Burner cam switch. To check this you will need to verify that voltage is actually passing through the GFI. If you can clarify with a model and serial for your machine, I will be able to give you better trouble shooting instructions.

Sincerely,
Aron Kerr
Landa Northwest
800.247.8103
503.255.6508
www.landanw.com

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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