How does the roto-swirl dip tube in a water heater work?
My water heater Kenmore mod #153.320592HT has a roto swirl cleaner in it. Also the bottom element has 240 vac going to it, I am an electrician and plumber so I know how to check an element, the resistance is 15 ohms and reads 2900 watts on it but it still doesn't seem to be heating. I believe it is the wrong element. It should be able to be converted to 5500w but I think this is the wrong element. Also has anyone heard of the roto-swirl spinning even if no water is used? No faucets were on and no leaks indicated by the meter but the swirl was moving. Please give me helpful suggestions.
Want to get updates on new answers?this question
Answer this question
Didn't find what you are looking for?
Get up to
On Building Supplies