I have a 60 gallon, two heating elements water heater. It is an older model, used in a cottage - so it not used very much.
The problem is, despite adjusting the temperature control down to the lowest setting, the water heater is always on and our hot water is always scaulding hot. Do I need new thermastats? Will this likely fix the problem? Thank you.
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