Question about Rinnai Water Heaters
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There should be no valves....was water still coming through or had the coils totally plugged up before you tried to clean them? Even so, if you were very near plugged then the vinegar will brak loose some mineral and it will plug up...try reversing the flow a number of times to see if you can establish flow through the coils. I have had to do that sometimes because people waited too long before calling for a cleaning... there has been one occasion when a coil totally plugged on me when trying to clean it and I could not get it back open and had to replace it...
Also using compressed air may get the coil open so that you can get liquid through it again....
as you are finding out this type of cleaning can be very frustrating... don't give up too soon... keep working at it...
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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