|Posted by Sandy on March 08, 2004 at 20:44:37:|
|In response to Re: Hot Water heater|
: : : Nick, your answer to the question doesn't make sense to me. If the heater sets all night, the water should be as hot as the thermostat is set to. What he is saying is that after all night the water is not hot but after running the water for a time, it now begins to heat. I am having a similar problem on an intermittent basis with my heater. Usually it is fine, but sometimes the water is barely warm even though it has not be used for hours. Then for some unexplained reason, it heats normally again.
: : Gary hit the nail on the head. I have the exact problem he is describing.
: I would suggest checking (or replacing)the Thermostat (faulty contact.) It may just be the culprit. Hube
Todd, I have exactly the same problem, and also with a year-old water tank. My husband and I started jockeying for position to take the second shower of the morning, since the water was hotter then. Finally I realized that my fairly new dishwasher and washing machine both have delay timers on them. Some days I set one of them to start its load at 5 am--then there's enough nice, hot water to take a long shower! Not a solution for everybody, but I did want you to know you're not alone!
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