Question about Rinnai Water Heaters
I understand code 79 is an internal water leak. We had a major rainstorm yesterday, so I'm guessing water got into the air vent. This is a brand new house, so there's little chance it's anything else. What's the fix for this? Do I need to just let it dry out, or am I going to need to spend $500 for a plumber to come out on the weekend to fix it?
Let it dry out.
If it wont fire because of the error, try powering it off and back on. Also being new, it would be under warranty
Posted on Jul 20, 2013
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