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When the noise occurs when there is no hot water being used, it's likely there is a vacuum that's siphoning water away from the unit and causing loud noise and vibration. ... Another common problem that can create noise in tankless water heaters is a dirty flow sensor which controls how much gas is sent to the unit.
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Water Heaters | Answered on Jun 24, 2020


Dirty filters the main reason for this. Clear the dirt.

Water Water... | Answered on Jun 09, 2020


Copy following link with general cleaning instructions for each brand:
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Reliance/ AO Smith can be cleaned with feather duster and compressed air.
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Reliance & 30... | Answered on Jun 03, 2020


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Water Water... | Answered on May 20, 2020


Without knowing anything about your water heater, I would suggest taking it out into the yard and after removing the valve and as many fittings as possible, try to poke an opening in the sediment with wire or whatever and then reverse flush it using an air/water gun or pressure washer and then flush it through every opening.
Once satisfied as much sediment as possible has been removed, ensure the electrics are thoroughly dry before reinstalling.

Water Water... | Answered on May 17, 2020


You are looking for a mechanical problem for an electrical issue. This unit is controlled by an electronic board. That board is the cause of your issue. They are about 300 dollars.

Bosch Water... | Answered on May 08, 2020


NO HOT WATER
  1. If the tester indicates there is power to the terminals and the water in the geyser is cold, then the element is faulty. ( ...
  2. If the tester indicates there is no power to the terminals and the water is cold, then the thermostat is faulty.
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Water Heaters | Answered on May 06, 2020


OF COURSE IT CAN BUT IF YOU TURN ELECTRIC ON WITHOUT WATER BEING FULL YO WILL SOON BURN THE ELEMENT OUT AND IT ISN'T FUN FROM THERE ON

Water Water... | Answered on May 02, 2020


A VOLT OHM METER WILL TELL YOU ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW NOW . NEVER TURN THE HEATER ON BEFORE YOU KNOW IT IS FULL OF WATER OR YOU WILL BURN THE ELEMENTS OUT ., MY OLDER BROTHER LEARNED THAT THE HARD WAY AFTER DOING IT EVERY YEAR FOR ABOUT 10 YEARS

Water Water... | Answered on May 02, 2020


CALL LOCAL REPAIR SERVICE IF YOU DO IT WRONG AND IT GOES BOOM IS WHY I WILL NOT TELL YOU

Water Water... | Answered on May 02, 2020

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