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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 c

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!

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Sure, try using a small (desk) fan to move air around the apartment this will allow for more even heating.
hope that fixya up . give me a vote if'n I was of help.I love praise, it's the fuel that keeps me fix'n yer stuff.. Jay

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Posted on Nov 25, 2014

Testimonial: "I actually have two ceiling fans that are moving the air about. Thank you for your input although this didn't really answer the original question. I very much appreciate your response. Your idea is a good one in general for everyone."

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    Jay Finke Nov 26, 2014

    Well ok try .Rinnai Thermistor Assembly For RHFE-1004 and ES38 Heaters - 1004F-2057 it's a $20 part SEE picture I added (it should look similar to this) and should be a easy fix.. .for others.. you thermostat might be getting air from inside the wall, the wires that hook up to that stat must sealed so no air can bleed threw from the wall . hey you guys the mor info you give us fixya guys like model numbers or pictures make answering questions fun and allot easier on us.. Thanks .. jay the pool pump motor repair guy in longwood florida.

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    Jay Finke Dec 05, 2014

    did you get it going? Thermistor are are the highest fail part in this scenario , and can be a easy fix for the average new fixya member, it's a cool fix that can saveyou hundreds of $

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http://www.rinnai.us/documentation/downloads/ES38_1004RFA_Manual.pdf

Check out page 10. As it shows the filter slide up from the top rear. Use a brush or vacuum cleaner.

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