How to Replace the Element in a Water Heater.?

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1. Cut off the power to the water heater at the circuit breaker in the main panel box. Test for power at the water heater with the voltage meter. 2. Shut off the water flow to the heater at the supply valves located just above the tank. Attach the
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Your working is good, the formula is at fault - the bit in brackets should be flipped. Voltage x Current x Time = Energy supplied via the pack. Rise in temperature x 4200 x Mass of
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First thing is to cut power supply off at the breaker box. Next turn main water to the water heater off. Once power and water is cut of to the water heater you are now ready to drain
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