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THEY ARE INFAMOUS FOR BURNING OUT THE ELEMENTS . WATER NEEDS TO FILL TANK BEFORE POWER IS TURNED ON

Water Water... | Answered on May 02, 2020


CALL YOUR GAS SUPPLIER WE DO NOT PROVIDE ANSWERS TO THINGS THAT GO BOOM IF YOU DID IT WRONG

Water Water... | Answered on May 02, 2020


why don't you ask the question of a pace arrow dealer which we are not even their tech support but diyer's

Water Water... | Answered on May 02, 2020


CONTACT THE MANUFACTURER THEN IT PROBABLY HAS WARRANTY . A QUESTION FOR YOU DID YOU LET THE TANK FILL WITH WATER BEFORE APPLYING POWER TO IT .
IF NOT THE ELEMENTS MIGHT HAVE BURNT OUT ,

Water Water... | Answered on Apr 27, 2020


Whatever you do the result will leave gas in the pipe, although at zero pressure but only if the heater doesn't have a safety device that cuts it if the pressure falls below a minimum.

Your propane tank is presumably sited in the open air? In that case the best option would be to turn off the supply and then disconnect the pipe and vent the gas to atmosphere.

If your pipes are soldered copper, they should be purged before attacking them with a blowlamp by disconnecting them at both ends and blowing air through them until the gas is gone.

Water Water... | Answered on Apr 02, 2020


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Water Water... | Answered on Mar 25, 2020


CALL YOUR GAS SUPPLIER LOCALLY
WE DO NOT GIVE DIY INFORMATION ABOUT THINGS THAT CAN EXPLODE AND INJURE YOU HERE

Water Water... | Answered on Mar 17, 2020


If the thermostat is not functioning properly the heater will run "wide open" and overheat.

Water Water... | Answered on Mar 13, 2020


There are 3785.4 ml per gallon. The rest of your question is ambiguous.
If you are saying that you mix 1 ml of bioactive in 9 ml of water for each gallon, then 7 ml of bioreactive in 63 ml of water.
If you are saying you mix 1 mi of bioreactive for each 9 ml of tank water, then your talking about 3785.4 / 9 = 420.6 ml (~421 ml). That does not seem right.

Water Water... | Answered on Mar 12, 2020


Use a cork, replace a gasket, use some two part putty.

Water Water... | Answered on Mar 11, 2020

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