Gas Water Heater Wildwood

Posted on: July 1, 2015 by in Gas Water Heater
Gas Water Heater Wildwood

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24 Responses

  1. Dinora Arias says:

    Could you please write down the instructions? it’s hard to understand and
    I’m afraid to blow my face off! lol

  2. B Riser says:

    What the fuck Is he saying.

  3. Thu Hong Nguyen says:

    Great Video !!! Thank You so much

  4. fernando209bruh says:

    Hard to understand him. 

  5. OnlyTheRealAce says:

    @ B Riser. You sound ignorant. I understood him perfectly. And thanks to
    this video I was able to get my hot water back on. 

  6. TheOakwater says:

    So need this video because I didn’t know what I was doing..

  7. Zeeshan Syed says:

    Ok, I can’t stand the way this guy is explaining things. I mean, you’d
    think that you’d practice juuusst a little before you publish something
    like this on the internet!

    That being said, I still appreciate his efforts to put up a video. Here is
    hoping someone else has a better luck understanding the dude.

  8. Juvy Estanilla says:

    Thank you so much. Without this video we don’t have hot water at home. We
    truly appreciate your help and all the information you try to explained to
    us. And, just to think that my husband won’t have any knowledge of how to
    turn on the hot water heater just prove that anyone like me as a Mom could
    learn from those who have knowledge about this. I’m just so thankful to our
    good fellow citizen who help me to put our hot water heater back to normal.
    Thanks again!

  9. King Don says:

    Hell naw..i still need help.

  10. GiovanniGineri97 says:

    Thank you very much ! ! ! 

  11. heavenlycent1 says:

    Thank you. Very helpful!

  12. Philippe Siponen says:

    Thank you!

  13. alwaysxsayeh says:

    hi i can not turn on the pilot I have fallowed your steps pot the pilot
    will not turn on and i can nor see no sparkles when i press the ignition 

  14. ashley beard says:

    Thank you. Im a single mom and was afraid i would have to pay a fortune for
    a plumber. Had searched all over youtube and couldnt find this same model
    water heater . Thanks to you we can all have a warm bath tonight!

  15. Catherine Santoro says:

    Thank you for this video. My question is there is a pink or coral colored
    wire connected to the wire that sparks to start the pilot. On the unit at
    my office, this little black wire is not connected to anything. What is
    the pink wire called and what is it connected to. thanks

  16. The Jetty Jet Show says:

    OMG IT WORKED! I have the same exact model, and no one else on youtube was
    doing a demo for this model. Yes it works. Remember clickt the green button
    10-12 times, there will be no fire at first! But turn the nob top black nob
    from pilot to on. THEN lastly turn up the temperature from piliot light to
    desired heat setting, this will turn on the flame. LIFE SAVER!

  17. Jos Johto says:

    It worked!! Thank you. This video was the only one with the same model as
    mine. :)

  18. Almira Acevedo says:

    Thank you so much! Very helpful!

  19. dner37 says:

    I tried using your method, but it didn’t work for me. It won’t light up.
    Might be a bigger issue. When I start to select the heat temperature I just
    hear a slight burst of gas but nothing steady. Well thanks anyways it was
    still a great video.

  20. thegooddrlaura says:

    It worked! Thank you! I agree with the previous comment: This is the only
    video I can find that matches my heater – the one with the green button.

  21. thegooddrlaura says:

    P.S. I like the fact that this is a regular guy, not a professional. And I
    have no trouble understanding him. I did it exactly as described and it
    worked perfectly.

  22. Ryan Walters says:

    Thank you this really helped me. I just bought a house and I had never had
    to do this before.

  23. maximiliano flores says:

    You sound like a chillaxed Arnold 

  24. Missiann James says:

    I agree with all of the other comments on here. You were the only one that
    explained relighting the heater process perfectly. Thank you.