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    Re: waterheater elements

    yes heater is on 30amp/240v circuit.i have already replaced high and low thermos.isn't rod usually in from top?don't see one.perhaps a prehistoric unit?
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    Re: waterheater elements

    lol! yeah,seems about right.it is a "Conservationist" model.so is 3000w the max i should go?
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    hi all.thanks for the advice.everything mentioned (wire,crossed pipes,and such)check out ok.i did not check anode rod though.seems like as good a place to start.how does it affect the amount of hot...
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    Re: waterheater elements

    uh...btw, didn't realize i was posting on the joke board.nothing funny about a cold shower when it's your own...or the wifes'.:o
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    waterheater elements

    i have an AOSmith PermaglasII Conservationist modelFSE52 series820 waterheater.upper element is 1500w and lower one is 1000w.the heater cannot keep up w/ one shower.can i change the elements to 4500w...
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