Question about Water Heaters
Not much water comes out of the tap and it doesn't appear to be filling, although the connection to the mains is working.
The only thing that comes to mind is that you are on a well. Items like water heaters, heat pumps, sinks, etc are susceptible to mineral clogs. Usually this is solved by cleaning a screen on the inlet or outlet of a device such as a shower head. Thus resulting in more flow and pressure.
I hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
basically the principle of the heater is water flows into a internal tank and is heated by an element. You open a hot tap and the mains cold water forces the hot out and replaces it inside the heater.As you have a flow problem i can only suggest you may have some kind of restriction or blockage in the cold water supply at the water heater or from the hot supply from the heater.If you live in an area where lime content is high then this can calcify when heated.If you can, isolate the water supply and electrical supply and check the pipework for blockage.Also investigate your hot tap as this may be the fault. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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