Hot Water On Demand

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Check the gas valve and ensure that it is open, and that you have paid your gas bill. Check all sensors, wiring fuses, and electrical components to ensure they have not burned out. Ensure there is no condensation or debris on the burners that may cause them to not ignite.
It may be due to a leak, a build-up of sediment or it could have become unplugged. Try to fix it by flushing the water heater. Allow it to heat up again and try using the faucet once more to see if the water comes out.
Inside the tankless system, a burner ignites when the system signals a need for hot water. The cold water passes over an aluminum heat exchanger and heats the water directly. When the hot water is shut off, the system goes into standby mode.
The commonest complaint we get with tankless water heaters is that they don`t seem to provide hot water as quickly as expected. Like most tankless water heaters, if your water heater does not have a buffer tank or a recirculation pump, it may take a minute or two for the water to heat up before it comes out of the tap.
After igniting the burner, the Coleman hot water system will produce hot water almost instantaneously. It has the capability to deliver up to 150 litres of water at a maximum of 50⁰C from one Coleman LPG bottle. The Coleman hot water system is a great resource for all camping shower needs.
Allow eight hours to fully charge the battery. RED color indicates a charging battery. A GREEN color indicates a fully charged battery. Charge the battery before using your water heater for the first time (Fig.
Partially Closed Valve on Water Heater

If your cold water pressure is fine but your hot isn`t, a partially closed valve is a likely cause. Your hot water heater has a shut off valve that can become partially closed.

If you`re only getting ice-cold water from your faucets, showers and sinks, there could be a few causes. Likely, the heating elements inside your water heater are broken or not working properly—or, potentially, your thermostat is incorrectly set.
Most tankless water heaters have a front-facing panel that allows you to control their settings. If you have a gas-powered tankless water heater, that means the ability to adjust the gas value, and for electric tankless water heaters, it means controlling the amount of electricity being used.
When a hot water faucet is turned on, cold water flows through a heat exchanger in the unit, and either a natural gas burner or an electric element heats the water. As a result, tankless water heaters deliver a constant supply of hot water. You don`t need to wait for a storage tank to fill up with enough hot water.
Some people hesitate to decide on a tankless water heater because they can be a slightly higher cost; however, you get significantly more life out of one. A standard water heater tank lasts about 8-12 years. A tankless water heater can last as long as 25 years!
Low water pressure is one of the most significant reasons why the tankless water heater suddenly cold during the shower. The flow within your device is lower than the activation flow rate required, resulting in the closing down of the gas burner or it may not ignite the burner at all.

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Coleman hot water on demand
ANSWER : Does anyone have a AC charger for the Hot Water Heater on Demand? I would be willing to buy one.
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Hi i have a Coleman hot water on demand and the water wont heat up past luke warm, help needed please
ANSWER : Need to restrict the water input so it does not flow through so fast

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What is the pumping rate (volume) of the Coleman Hot Water on Demand water pump?
ANSWER : I recall 3 and a half liters per minute. More than the Primus and the Cube

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Just bought a Coleman hot water heater on demand. The knob doesn’t turn at all.
ANSWER : You are pushing the knob inwards then turning it ?

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I have Detroit 60 series installed on a launch. Recently the Starboard unit suffers a catastrophic failure and piston No2 came out of the block, making a big hole. This engines are using heat exchangers, and sea water cooled Charge Air Coolers and sea water self priming raw water pump. We contact the local dealer an the veredict was a “Massive salt water ingestion” that caused an Hydraulic lock and damaged cyls 6 and 2. They say that the water came from the deck covers, but there is no way for that to happen, I think they dont want to honor any warranty, because we suspect that the water came from the Charge Air Cooler. I want to know if the CAC can cause that type of failures and if anyone had a similar problem. The engine cost is about 66K and only had 2300 hours.
ANSWER : I would have to say that a sleeve got pitted or lost an oring or the CAC sprung a leak. I believe you are correct in your assumption that the water did not enter the unit in the manner they are saying. The only real way to tell is a complete tear down and someone is going to have to pay. They are also a high maintenance item and someone is going to say that the preventive maintenance was not done.

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What size fuse is in a coleman hot water on demand unit
ANSWER : 4amp 250volt fuse. Just picked up 10 from jaycar in brisbane for $3.50

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Water system in my Coleman pop up not working
ANSWER : There is a 3 port valve conneted to the incomming water line (white usually). It is actually a check valve to keep the outside water from overfilling your tank. Verify it is installed correctly.

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