Question about Water Heaters
Ten years without problem, blew a fuse today. It's an underbench unit which is wedged under the kitchen bench so without destroying the cabinet frame I can't access the front removable panel or model/serial numbers. Fuse has a ceramic case and is part of an old fuse box.
Where do I locate the fuse on the Noritz N-0631S. Can you also tell me what size fuse it uses and where it can be purchased.
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Are you using a single lever faucet? The install guide does indicate that you may need to reduce the input from the cold water side to ensure that water stays at a consistent temperature (see page 7 of the installation and service manual). Also, remember, this is a SMALL hot water heater. So if you're running for any length of time at full output, it may not keep up with you (see page 8 of the service an installation manual). I found the manual online at http://www.airwater.biz/images_templ/bosch-water-heaters-ae3.4-manual.pdf.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
I had same system under my sink for same amount of time and have since then removed entirely for health reasons related to Ro Systems. Mainly the tanks becomes contaminated [alge build up]and my faimly had constant nagging stomach aches which took a long time to resolve untill we decided to disconnected and throw out our "beloved healthy RO System" and decided to install a bi annual disposable type filter system. If you are expereanceing this I would advise the same as for the leak ,There are so many connections under there and it is usually not the tank but the fittings in lines some where and the reason it looks like the tank is because that is the lowest point the leak has traveled. So check all your fittings and if you decide on simple water filter I will advise you.
Please rate. Thanks jj505
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
I would say your water heater is from the fury series; new model number 82V52-2. I've included a link with my solution that you should take a look at. You could also look at water heaters of a different brand if this one isn't available in your area. Kenmore, GE, and Hotpoint are all very good brands of water heaters.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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