Question about RELIANCE ELECTRIC WATER HEATER
The heating element has most likely burned out (if its electric) if its gas then look to see if it is lightinng. if electric, the element is easy to replace and not very expensive.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
If you have an Ohm meter you can test the elements (top/bottom) to see if they are good without blindly replacing them. With the POWER OFF... put the two probes on each lead of the element. If it reads between 10-15 ohms (depending on the wattage of the element) they are good. You may just need to reset the little breaker above the first element. When I get power surges from electrical storms it's the first thing to trip.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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