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Old 07-20-2015, 10:44 AM   #141
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I did make a long response in Sam's other thread.

This is going to be a different problem. In Sam's case, he does have the relay in the back of the water heater that I was expecting to be in Doug's water heater, so he has unswitched AC power going directly to the heater. The relay that switches the power, the one that Doug had trouble with behind his breaker panel, is inside the water heater itself.

So the good news is that Sam seems to have the same water heater as I do, and I'm familiar with it. The bad news is that unlike working with Doug, I don't have any wiring diagrams nor familiarity with the the way the wiring is done in Sam's coach.

Still, I posted a long sequence of troubleshooting steps in that thread, hopefully it will be easy to find the actual problem.
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