Problems with the ETU2000 Time Guard? ۔
I live in an electric apartment with a time guard ETU2000 immersion heater.
I know we need to know in terms of time that it lights up in a few hours, but as soon as the clock comes back and I change the time)) I don't really have water! It will not work!
My dealer tells me to turn off the switch (master switch, not just the stopwatch slider) when I'm not using it because it uses too much power. I don't think I have had water since I turned it off.
I had to boil the kettle to wash my face and wash. Thanks, SWer is completely different!
Another thing to note is that when you turn it on it clicks very loudly (since it moved in and works well), it can be very annoying because it Every few seconds and sometimes longer. Great time. Temporary A few clicks. Another reason I consulted the power company and shut it down so quickly was because it was offensive.
The owner only knows the timer. Isn't there just a function in this heater where you can turn it on and keep it warm for a while? Tried to blink but one, no water and 1 hour without luck. If I turn it off too much I don't have water in the morning when I need to get ready for work, I need to turn it on a bit!
I know I should ask the owners, but I don't want to hurt them if I'm wrong. I searched various sites, but nothing helped me.
Someone help me, I'm very anxious :(
If you pass the clock and turn it on manually, it gets hot, the heater is fine, the timer has failed.
It doesn't matter if the tank is insulated or not, as it has a thermostat that shuts off when it reaches that temperature.
I think if you turn on the lights / controller power but nothing gets hot on the cylinder, now is the time to call the owner.
You feel like using it randomly for an hour or two.
I suspect the cylinder elements need to be rearranged / replaced.
This is not your job as a tenant.