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Water Water... | Answered Yesterday


Use a digital volt/ohm meter to check voltage at the water heater.

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Google (dearborn)(DRC40AN)(manual) without parens OR contact Dearborn directly to request it.

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i don't know. be very careful when working with propane.
if this happened to my freezer, i'd guess it was the thermostat. if safe and accessable, consider turning off
fuel supply. if adjustable, mark where thermost's setting is.
turn thermostat down and up or hot and cold a few times.
set the thrmostat at a few degrees lower than the mark.. restart the heater and see if tank will now provide constant hot water.

Rheem Water... | Answered 2 days ago


Most common problems are clogged spray nozzles, and heating element. Due to hard water post use residue. Always flush with warm clean water using a bucket the upholstery brush attachment.

Water Water... | Answered on Oct 09, 2019


Very hard to acquire parts... just replace it as this is quicker and easier.

Grohe Water... | Answered on Oct 07, 2019


Are you holding the flame button until the thermocouple heats up.

Bosch Water... | Answered on Oct 07, 2019


I was having the same problem untill I reallized it was my venting system. Test the water heater with no vent on top. Disconnect the vent pipe from the water heater and try turning on the hot water. the water heater needs a special adapter to vent the direct vent water heater. One other thing you can check is the gas pressure in your home. You have to have between 7 and 8 WC (water Column) for the tankless water heaters. You can call your gas supplier to find out what you have.

Rheem RTG-66DVN... | Answered on Oct 06, 2019


You did not post the make and model number or the unit. Working with 240 volts is dangerous and can be confusing. Please post the information that is needed

Water Water... | Answered on Oct 04, 2019

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