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Titan n120, green light and red lights are on , water doesn’t get hot , ???

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While it could be many things that have gone wrong, the most likely cause is the heating element has failed. Call the local dealer.

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SOURCE: Titan-SCR2 N-120, water heater, need schematics

I have taken pictures and produced a wiring diagram for this model

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SOURCE: No green light on, power gets to unit but no light

did you dry fire it and burn out the fuse?

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SOURCE: when turn on the hot water only the top red and

is it wired correctly..check all your wiring
if its a new install call the place of purchase or the manufacturer


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SOURCE: my titan n120 puts out

Did you replace the Shower valve ? I would check to see if your shower has an anti scald valve. This could be your issue

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SOURCE: scr2 titan water heater. No hot water. Both red

On the left side of the board there is a 10K 5Watt resistor that gets loose from the board because of overheat and it needs to core solder back with soldering iron.

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When turn on the hot water only the top red and green lights are on and the water is not hot


is it wired correctly..check all your wiring
if its a new install call the place of purchase or the manufacturer


Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/sean_54c3a3dc48a7773c

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