Throw away the blown fuse. 8. Choosing a Water Heater Maintenance: Dishwasher Care and Dishwasher Cleaning Outdoor Water Conservation Tips Environment Issues Green Building Reduce-Reuse-Recycle: Alternatives for Waste Management
Blown service panel fuse or breaker High limit switch tripped Thermostat faulty Faulty contactors (open) Replace water heater (When diagnosing a leaker – you will notice a puddle of water on the floor, next to the heater, that will not go away.)
D o n ’t work on electrical operations if water or moist conditions cannot be avoided. check for a blown fuse or tripped circuit bre a k e r. 3 . fuse or trips bre a k e r ) 1 . Check the motor connections after TURNING OFF
The primary water heater is not delivering sufficient 140ºF (60ºC) water and the condition is correctable with The fuse is blown. SOLUTION – Replace fuse. If fuse continues to blow, either a contactor coil is defective, or the booster control transformer
If Fuse is blown, go to Page 27 (Open FC4 Fuse). If OK, proceed to Step 2. “High Temperature Sense” If water temperature exceeds 105°F the heater will shut down and go into lockout. Automatic restart is 2 minutes after water temp drops below 105°F.
WATER IN HEATER BLOWER MOTOR CASE 03-18-2 motor, or a blown blower motor fuse. Refer to the housing (YS4Z-19N619-EA). following Service Procedure. e. If no water leaks are found, then install a SERVICE PROCEDURE Pollen Filter (XS4Z-19N619-AA). 1.
Care should be used at all times to avoid contact with energized components inside the water heater. Only trained and qualified service agencies should If you can not read continuity, the fuse is blown and must be replaced. Wiring Diagram: Title: Microsoft Word – REU-2402-FFU Troubleshooting
• A high voltage (at or above 120 VAC) reading indicates the fuse is blown. • A zero volt reading generally indicates the fuse is goo d. No power to water heater Blown control circuit transformer fuses 120 VAC power problems 24 VAC power problems
Aren't fully blown. Check for an overload – too many appliances There is no hot water. The heater has no power. Check the fuse box/circuit breaker. If the heater fuses, call an electrician.
To testing the water heater: 1. Check for a blown fuse or a tripped circuit breaker. 2. Turn off electrical power to the water heater. Remove the inspection covers covering the thermostats and elements and check for loose connections. 3. Firmly
Blown fuse. Replace fuse with one of the same ampere rating. Furnace does not light after several attempts. No Hot water heater doesn’t light LP gas may be off or empty. Check the main LP gas valve to make sure it’s open.
Is the fuse blown? Fuses are located in plastic holders in the main harness, on the lower right hand side of the appliance Faulty: Replace the water control heater (2424, 2408, 2008). Replace the anti-frost heater D assy (2007). b.
Blown fuse of breaker 3. High limit switch tripped 4. Upper Thermostat defective 5. Upper Element Defective 6. Grounded thermostat 7. Water heater is leaking 1. Cold in or hot out joints 2. T&P valve 3. Heating elements and gaskets 4.
The water heater must be installed in a location where the proper amount of combustible air will be on position, or if the fuse in the fuse box is blown.
Not blown open. See page 26. If the fuse is bad, replace fuse. 1. 2. 3. Verify that the wiring is correct to the load. Retrace your wiring and verify that all lines and loads are wired properly. See pages 15-19 and 27-30. NOTE: Remember this mechanism breaks only one
• Check for 240 Volts at the water heater No Voltage 1) Check for tripped circuit breakers or blown fuse 2) Reset RED high limit button 3) If you have controlled water heating, Crow Wing Power radio control may have one leg of the 240V circuit turned off so 120V may
Is the household fuse blown or circuit Avoid using hot water during this time because the water heater refills with hard water
Relay/Fuse Block, Behind Right Kick Panel ADJUSTMENTS blown heater fuse, or faulty heater relay. Also inspect for heater blower switch, heater blower resistor, Disconnect water hoses from heater core. Remove water valve. To install,
Heater hoses leaking or clogged Water valve faulty Air dampers broken Heater relay faulty Heater blower switch faulty HEATER fuse blown Possible cause Check cables Problem Remedy AC–36 Page AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM – Heater AC–35. 3. ADJUST WATER VALVE