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Pub911 06-09-2009 10:42 PM

Water heater tripping breaker
 
My Indel/Isotemp Basic 20 is tripping the AC breaker. And the water smells a little cooked. I'm guessing I have a bad heating element. The manual says these things have double overheat protection. Anyone have any experience in this area?

Also, I can't find a customer service number for them in the US. I've sent an email via the Indel Marine website, but have yet to get a response (from earlier today).

deniseO30 06-09-2009 11:01 PM

the element is a typical electric water heater element that you can in hardware or home improvment stores. less the 10 bucks too! some screw in.. some bolt in.

negrini 06-10-2009 12:56 AM

If water is hot, then looks like your heating element is doing the job. I'd suspect the temp regulator. Also, think about it: is it pouring water from the relief valve ? How long it takes to trip the breaker ? They have merged companies, check Welcome to Isotherm


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