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Hi the burner is working on the water only,no heating. when the heating is on or the water is off makes no difference

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    Barrett Palumbo Jan 02, 2011

    Sorry to hear about your issue.
    But you have entered your problem, in the wrong area.
    Example: I have a broken PC, and its posted under ovens.

    In addition, please give the make and model of your unit.

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Change the tank it may be bad

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