Ran out of hot water? Here's how to troubleshoot (and replace if necessary) the controls and heating elements of most common residential 120, 208 and 240 volt electric water heaters.
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Water Heater Ran out of hot water? Here's how to troubleshoot (and replace if necessary) the controls and heating elements of most common residential 120, 208 and 240 volt electric water heaters.

Water Heater Protective metal access panels removed from both upper and lower access points, revealing styrofoam thermal insulation blocks. Others use removable fiberglass pads.

1. With power off, remove the upper (and if provided lower) access panel(s).

View with insulation removed Once the insulation has been removed, plastic shock protectors are visible. Carefully fold any wires away from the protective cover. Lift the tab at the top away from clip and remove to access terminals.

View with shock protector removed View with plastic shock protector removed.

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