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IT SOUNDS LIKE YOU MIGHT NEED PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANCE THAT YOU WILL HAVE TO PAY FOR

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Dirty filters the main reason for this. Clear the dirt.

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Without knowing anything about your water heater, I would suggest taking it out into the yard and after removing the valve and as many fittings as possible, try to poke an opening in the sediment with wire or whatever and then reverse flush it using an air/water gun or pressure washer and then flush it through every opening.
Once satisfied as much sediment as possible has been removed, ensure the electrics are thoroughly dry before reinstalling.

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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 ,

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

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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.

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

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

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might need a new thermocouple

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Copper pans are normally tin lined. Having said that, I used solid copper saute pans at catering college. A small amount of copper will not harm your family. Don't scrape the inside with metal tools or use highly acidic ingredients in it.

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