Thanks for the electric input David. It sound like just popping in the 5500 watt elements will work. That saves the headache of rewiring 😎
By the way, The links you included in you previous post don’t work correctly.
The reason for this is that when you are typing and add punctuation to the end of the link, the browser adds the punctuation mark to the end of the link. So when someone clicks on it the browser can’t find the requested page. I don’t know why Microsoft and Firefox haven’t fixed that but they haven’t. It will work if you add a space between the link and the punctuation mark. It is kind of awkward to type it that way, especially at the end of a sentence when the period is dangling out in space, but it will help the page come up when the link is clicked:)
I like the info at http://www.thetankatwaterheaterrescue.com, those guys really know their stuff.
I like the info at http://www.thetankatwaterheaterrescue.com , those guys really know their stuff.
One works one doesn’t 😕
No disrespect intended, I just didn’t know if you realized they didn’t work:D