All work to be done by licensed professional. WE KEEP GOING UNTIL YOU HAVE THE INFORMATION YOU NEED, I come and go. This is step ONE.
Its either a bad GFCI, or something wrong with the electrical system in the Takagi heater
I figured as much
something else going bad thats plugged into any other circuits that might have been wired down stream so to speak from the GFCI
Yeah, I was just wondering if there are any common issues with the Takagi TK1S that might be an easy fix
but it sounds like I need a technician to look at the unit
If you have a multi meter you can check the Takagi unit from its plug cap for any read to the ground.
Just thought I'd try this service since it's Saturday
OK, I do have a multimeter
I'll run that test
Any other ideas?
If you get no read there, because the relays will be open in the control circuits..you can remove the front of the boiler and unplug each item one at a time and check for a ground there.
If that fails to find a ground, a megohm meter is required. that checks using almost no amperage but very high voltage... 10,000 volts or more in many cases
OK. I appreciate the help.