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Electrical heater (brand: Creda) was switched on and turned off automaticaly after a few second. The heater can be switched on again after few minutes later. There are only switches there : Carga input(from 1-6) and descarga output (from 1-6).

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SOURCE: Rheem Model# RGDJ-10eamer sometimes lights and sometimes does not

Find the small tube that runs from the inducer blower. Disconnect the hose and see if there is water in it. If so then I suggest remounting the pressure switch that it is attached to a little higher and so that there is no droop in the tube for water to collect. Just shortening the tube will only allaow water in to the pressure switch. The second thing is with the tube disconnected at the inducer take a straightened paper clip and poke it in the orifice on the nipple attached to the inducer. there may be a partial blockage. Let me know what you find.

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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SOURCE: hi i have a rinni

I am assuming this is a tankless heater. Are you turning the water on full throttle and is there full flow. First thing to check is the small filter screen on the inlet of the water heater. If the flow is reduced the water heat will not fire.

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