Pan be installed under the water heater to protect the area from water damage resulting from normal condensation, a insulation of the water heater to get wet as water can cause electrical malfunction. 5. When water runs out of the hot water faucet in a steady
Has been under water. If the unit is exposed to the following, electrical components with wet hands or when standing in water. When replacing fuses always use the correct water heater functions and components are displayed in this menu.
Water Heater units are free from defects in materials and workmanship for 5 wet recuperative heat exchanger(s) consequential or incidental damages under this warranty, both of which are specifically excluded.
Installed under the water heater. This pan must limit the water level to a MAXIMUM depth of 45mm (1 3/4 in.) and NOT ALLOW THE INSULATION OF THE HEATER TO GET WET AS WATER CAN CAUSE ELECTRICAL MALFUNCTlON. IV) OPERATION Temperature Adjustment
water heater is subjected to wet conditions. A properly drained overflow tray must be used where property damage could Under no circumstances should the water heater be operated without both these devices being in the circuit.
Avoided, a suitable drain pan should be installed under the water heater. Drain pans are available from your local plumbing contractor. Such a If cotton is wet, follow “Draining” instructions in the “Periodic Maintenance” section and
With a wet hand. No flame. High Do not use this water heater if any part has been under water. lmmediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the water heater and to replace any damaged parts. 4 Important Safety Information-2 (Continued)
Electrical components with wet hands or when standing in water. When replacing fuses, always use the correct size for the circuit. must be installed under the water heater. Drain pans may be fabricated or purchased from your plumbing wholesaler.
Condition is not covered under the limited warranty. water heater electrical system before the water heater is completely filled with water. tank (wet well) and senses water temperature di rectly. As the stored water temperature rises
Insulation of the heater to get wet as water can cause elec-trical malfunction. 1. Close the drain valve, and then open a hot water faucet. 2. Open the cold water supply valve. 3. The water heater or any part has been under water; or f.
Fruit-and-vegetable wash is not necessary to get your produce clean. Gently rub produce with your fingers while holding it under running water. For sturdy items, use a clean scrub brush.
Do not use this water heater if any part has been under water. lmmediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the water heater and to replace any Do not touch with wet hands. Drain water into a bucket to prevent water damage. (1) Turn the power on/off button “off”. (2)
The water heater with wet hands. Doing so may result in electric shock. 6 About the Water Heater 2.2 Parts of the Water Heater Exhaust Gas Vent Place a bucket under the water heater, to collect the residual water inside the water heater. 2.
ELECTRIC INSTANTANEOUS WATER HEATER WAIWELA “SERIES-TWO” WATER HEATERS MODELS COVERED – WET-12 T, TC, T2 – 240/208 V this is by partially closing the cold water valve under the sink. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE RISE CHART ( 0F )
This water heater contains very hot water under high pressure. Wet Weight (Lbs) 60-Gal. 60 2.5 14.2 212 697 75-Gal. 75 2.5 14.2 236 832 115-Gal. 115 2.5 14.2 340 1248 Table 3: Double-wall Exchanger Solar Water Heater Capacities MODEL