Shouldnt be more than a few minutes. As soon as the power goes back on, within 2 minutes, you should hear the heating elements making a popping or clicking noise as they heat up.
There is a problem with one of the heating elements
Check the heating elements in the water heater. These may be bad and need replaced.
The amperage of a water heater is governed by the wattage of the heating elements and the voltage that is applied to them. Amps = Watts/Volts.
Yes, but both elements are needed for proper heating of water.
Not unless your hot water is continuosly running.
If it is a electric water heater, then one of the heating elements are burned out.
The amperage of an electric hot water heater is governed by the wattage of the heating elements and the voltage that is applied to them. Amps = Watts/Volts.
The term "water heater" is non-specific, but may imply a domestic hot-water heater, when read in context. A "hot-water heater" is specifically meant for heating water for domestic use. A hydronic boiler is also a water heater, but the water is only used for heating the radiators or for heating a hot-water heater, but the hot water of the boiler is not released for domestic use.Depends as there is a water heater and then a booster which increases the temperature for mostly commerical applicatons thus your heating the hot water to a higher temperature and some call this a hot water heater instead of a temperature booster
yes, the breaker just controls the heating elements
Check for current at the heater and both breakers. After that the only thing in the system is the control.