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Old 04/13/2017, 04:52 PM   #27
robgonsailing
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I think I've narrowed down the problem to the heater itself. I had the heater plugged into an Apex outlet set to "ON" and had the thermostat on the heater set much higher than the water temp. This should have created the condition for the heater to be always on. Instead, you could see many power spikes (difference of 3 amps on the amp graph) where the heater was only running about 50% of the time, inconsistently, and it couldn't maintain temp. When I changed to a different heater (same wattage, same conditions) the power spikes went away and the temp rose to the set point. I see this same observation was posted on the BRS product review.

Randy - Is there anything BRS can do or do I need to try to warranty through Finnex?


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