Signs your tankless water heater needs to be repaired
Your water heater likely needs a repair if it:
- Low water pressure. If you see low hot water pressure coming from multiple fixtures, the problem could be caused by a clogged inlet filter or mineral deposits (in hard water) building up inside your system.
- Water leaking from your unit. Water pooling around or dripping from your unit could be caused by a bad pipe connection or improper venting.
- No hot water. If you tried troubleshooting your unit (see the “DIY Tips” tab) and still aren’t getting any hot water, the problem could be a bad heating element.
- Fluctuating water temperatures. If your water is hot one minute and cold the next, that could be a sign of an electric problem inside your unit.