Question about Rinnai Heating & Cooling
I just moved into an apartment with a Rinnai energy saver gas heater. It is incremented by 4 degrees...60,64,68,72 etc. 64 is a little too cold and 68 is a little too warm. Do you know of a way I can set it to 66 or 67 degrees? Any help would be appreciated!
Sure, try using a small (desk) fan to move air around the apartment this will allow for more even heating.
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Posted on Nov 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: error code 11 on my rinnai
A code 11 also means that it might not be getting any gas. On thr right side of the unit you will find a small door. open it up and make sure the valve is in the open position. If it is, you should contact your gas company to come and diagnose what is going on. The Rinnai is not a do it yourself fix it type of heater.
Posted on Nov 07, 2007
SOURCE: Rinnai heater turns itself off
You could have something as simple as an air hose off, or a piece of carbon on the flame sensor. Your problem could also be a gas valve , which is much more complicated. If you are handy with tools you could be able fix either quickly. If you’re not good with tools you will need to get some help. Either way you have to have some back ground info on your heater. Get in touch with Rinnai and get a service manual for your unit. They cost around $15. If you have to call a service guy, use the Rinnai web site to find an authorized service person. Don’t just let your fingers do the walking and get some guy who has no idea what a Rinnai is. You’re only asking for trouble there. Your unit is a little older so don’t be surprised if parts are hard to find.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
Energysavers have fixed flue lengths, more likely your problem is the thermistor at the bottom left of the heater inside the grille getting a false temp reading. Look for yellow wire with a black bulb (like a drop of water). measure the air temp next to it while heater running, if its above room temp down there the heater will turn off early. It needs to be clean and have unobstructed air flow over it for it to work correctly.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
SOURCE: how do i clean the
Here is a link to the users manual
Check out page 10. As it shows the filter slide up from the top rear. Use a brush or vacuum cleaner.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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