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Hot water on demand is something we often take for granted. One of the worst things a homeowner can experience is having no hot water in the house. There are several things that can wear out or stop working on your water heater, resulting in what may seem like the hot water is not working.
Here are some reasons why your hot water may have stopped working: The pilot light. This is the simplest and easiest hot water problem to fix. Check your water heater to make sure the pilot light is still on (check your owner's manual if you need helping finding the pilot light, as it is well hidden).
A water heater that produces no hot water may not be getting power, or it may have a tripped limit switch or one or more failed heating elements. First, check the water heater's circuit breaker in the service panel to make sure it hasn't tripped. If it has, switch it off, then switch it back on again.
Gas Hot Water Heater Pilot Light. Gas hot water heater troubleshooting always seems to start with the pilot light. Most gas hot water heaters us a pilot light to ignite the burner. There are some more expensive models that use electronic ignition. When the pilot light is out or won't stay on, you will not have hot water.
I am going to reset it using the breaker in another hour. If an electric water heater does not heat the water after 3 hours, is the water heater bad or is possibly NO power going to it? New Water Heater In New Home Not Heating - What To Check To Fix?
No hot water is by far the most aggravating problem with a water heater. This means the water heater is not working at all. In most cases, it isn't working because the energy source—typically gas or electricity—is not producing heat. Repairing the problem of no hot water will depend on the type of water heater you have: gas or electric.
There are essentially only a handful of situations that will indicate your water heater isn't working properly: it will make strange, loud noises, there will be no hot water, the water will be too hot, or the hot water will not last long enough.
Electric hot water heater problems. If your electric hot water heater is slow to heat, runs out of hot water faster than it used to, or doesn't deliver any hot water at all, there's a 90 percent chance that simply replacing one or both of the heating elements will solve the problem.
Electric Hot Water Heater Troubleshooting - Article Topics . Repairing a Hot Water Heater Element. The hot water heater elements can go bad over time and stop working. Most hot water heaters have two of them. It is possible for just one to go bad or both of them. The elements cost between ten and twenty dollars. Can you change one yourself?
first off let me give you a little background information. This is a ge electric water heater with 2 heating elements. the other day i came home and my sister said the water got scalding hot then went cold. i figured it was a heating element so i tested for power across the upper heating element and had 120v's.