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Isotherm Replacement Overheat Thermostat for Basic and Slim Water Heaters - 381668 (SEA00042LA)

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    • Isotherm Replacement Overheat Thermostat for Basic and Slim Water Heaters - 381668 (SEA00042LA)

    Isotherm Replacement Overheat Thermostat for Basic and Slim Water Heaters - 381668 (SEA00042LA)

    Isotherm Overheat Thermostat for Basic and Slim Water Heaters -
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    overview

    Isotherm Overheat Thermostat for Basic and Slim Water Heaters (SEA00042LA)

    Replacing / re-setting thermostat:

    Warning: Be sure to turn power off first!

    The thermostat equipment has an integrated working thermostat and a double overheat protection thermostat. This is manually re-settable, by pushing the pin on the top of the thermostat (See fig. 10).

    Also check why the  overheat thermostat initially tripped before re-connecting the power supply.

    Reset Thermostat:

    • Turn off the power!
    • Pull out the cable plug.
    • Take off the front plastic cover (Basic and Slim 4 screws, Square 3 screws).
    • Reset overheat thermostat.

    Replacing thermostats:

    • Pull off the cable shoes after having noticed their positions. 
    • Thermostat sensor ends are put into a tube on the heater element fastening flange.
    • Pull them out.
    • Unscrew fastening screws for the thermostats.
    • Mount new thermostats in opposite order.
    • Be sure sensor ends are properly put into the tube.

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    specification

    Always unplug the heater and/or turn off all circuit breakers and disconnect shore power connections before removing the connection cover . The electrical circuit is controlled by a service thermostat set to 75°C / 167°F and a double overheat  protector that is set to 96°C / 205°F. If the overheat protector trip, it has to be manually reset.

    This is done by pressing the small knob on top of the overheat protector.