Question about Rheem 40 GAL ELEC TALL Water Heater 6YR SC 82VH402
Typically the power to your water heater would be fed by a circuit breaker in the power panel in your house. water heaters (electric) consume a lot of power and therefor need their own circuit. If your circut box isn't labeled what you need to do is first turn the water heater up so that you can tell that it runing, you can't see this but if you listen closely you should be able to hear it, get someone to help you with this and cut off the power (trip breaker) till you find the one that stops the sound. If you have a volt meter you could take the cover off the power box (where you water heater is hooked in) and put the meter across the black and whiter wire so you see a reading of 110-130 volts. again have someone help you and cut the breakers one by one till the meter drops to 0 volts (or very close to it) when it does, make sure to label the breaker so you know next time.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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