Electric Water Heater Keeps Tripping the Breaker?

Burnt out elements are not very expensive if you have the ability change it yourself but I doubt it will trip a breaker. Try flushing the tank, put a hose on the spigot at the bottom of the tank and let it run for a minute of two. This will get sediment that has built up out of the bottom of the tank. If the elements are working hard to heat the water that may be what is causing the breaker to trip. Also, check the breaker in the box to ensure it is the correct amperage. I would think it should be at least 20 and possibly 30, you may also want to replace the breaker as it may be bad.

1. Do cars ever use electric water pumps?

The Toyota hybrids use an electric pump (at least Prius), or a combination of electric pump for the heater core and mechanical pump for the engine (RAV4 hybrid). I assume many other hybrid cars also use an electric water pump. The benefit of an electric pump for the entire system is having heat with the engine turned off, and reduced fuel consumption. However, a single pump is suboptimal, as it both cools the engine and heats the heater core, so that's why it may be more optimal to have two pumps, like the RAV4 hybrid has. Then the engine maintains heat better when the heater core needs to be warmed by circulating coolant, and the radiator does not have water flow. Of course, eventually the heater core acts as a radiator, so eventually the gasoline engine needs to be turned on in extremely cold weather to provide a primary source of heat. I do not know why the RAV4 hybrid has one mechanical (engine cooling) and one electric (heater core) pump and not two electric pumps. Perhaps Toyota did not consider electric pumps reliable enough for such a critical application in a car that's supposed to be reliable

2. How do I disconnect the water lines going into an electric water heater?

there should be unions at the top where the water line comes in and goes out, unscrew the one that has the cold water going to it[shut the water off] pour the bleach in it , But sulfur smell comes from the water its self, your one a well, not city water Right ? pour a cup of bleach in the well

3. Electric Water Heater Keeps Needing Upper Element Reset.?

Try flushing. Elec wrt htrs R cheap Turn down the t-stat. thats tripping the breaker/reset button

4. problem with electric water heater shutting off...?

The thermostat has gone out of order so replace it

5. are you satisfied with a whole-house electric water heater?

My brothers neighbors brother has this friend. Just kidding! I did a lot of asking when remodeling my house and installing two 50 gallon hot water tanks. I wanted very much to believe the tankless units would be better. All the practical information I discovered about them, is, they are not reliable, they use a tremendous amount of electricity when on, they do not usually last three years (warranty's are pro rated, you do not get a new one, just a cheaper replacement). If you have remote cabin that you use two times a year, it would be ok

6. HOT electric water pressures vs. COLD electric water pressures

Cold, the pressure does the cleaning not the heat of the water

7. Homemade electric water heater. Take a look tell me what you think?

Gotta say "Now you are thinking with your dipstick, Jimmy": some real thought has gone into this on your part; But I feel at the end of the day that a mobile home water heater and a recirc pump will be a lot cheaper in the long run. There are insulating oils, and silicoids, made for this type of job. they will expand, but the pressure due to expansion can be made manageable by ensuring that there is a volume of gas that is at least twice the expected change in volume of the liquid in the oil reservoir. More importantly, I appreciate the fact that you are thinking this through so well and I am sure that you have the capacity to succeed in what you set out to do.

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