My water will run out when showering but will continue to fill back up each time about ten minutes later. would that be the pump in the well or something else.there are no leaks anywhere that i have found.
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Last one I installed, I used a PIR sensor to control it, so that whenever someone walked towards the bathroom or kitchen, the pump will start up and run for 15 minutes. It really depends how often you use hot water - if only certain times of day, then it would be wasting power to run the pump, and heat loss from the pipes (unless very well insulated). If you have a regular pattern of use, then you could use a timer/programmer as you would on your normal hot water or heating. If your piping is plastic, then don't run pump continuously, as some plastic piping is not recommended for continuous circulation at normal hot water temperatures.
Put a cup of Baking Soda in drain, then add two cups white vinegar! This should foam like crazy wait ten minutes ,run real hot water.
you may have to repeat a couple times.
this will not hurt pipes unlike some drain cleaners.
Could be time to call the electrician. If the freeze happened recently you are possibly further inland than me. Lagging on pipes often helps and wrapping external taps and pipes with towels or the likes for winter and with plastic tied over top if in the weather. After super cold frosts we are best not running showers and taps till midday or later occasionally. Vehicles can be similar if it is cold enough. Fill jugs and bottles the night before for breakfast if the water might freeze. If your water might be soon dirty because of a flood or water supply stopped, fill the bath with clean water before it is
Replace the recirculating pump, that pump must run to bring water from the reservoir to the chill plate. A quick teat for you, Turn off unit wait 2 mins, turn back on, tat this time the unit should fill for a minute, run recirculating pump for one minute, fill again 1 minute, than run compressor with the recirculating pump. Anythings fails at this point the component will need to be replaced.
The most common issue with this type of head is water deposits building up in the spray face. This will cause the unit to express water from the venturi in the center of the spray face as well as other places. If this is the case the best solution is to remove the unit and soak it in CLR for about ten minutes. Then rinse it well and reconnect to the water source. Run water throught the shower head and while running rub the rubber water channels to further break up and clear out the deposits. Then repeat the process at least two more times or until the deposits are cleared out. If you need further help feel free to contact Hansgrohe Technical at 1-800-334-0455.
The most common cause of this symptom is water deposits building up in the face of the shower head. This will cause the unit to express water around the edges of the hand shower. The first thing to try is cleaning the hand shower with CLR. Remove it from the hose and soak the spray face in the solution for no more than ten minutes at a time. Rinse it well then reconnect to the hose and run water through it. While running rub the rubber spray channels in the face to help further break up and clear out the depsoits. Then repeat the process at least two more times to ensure you have cleared out all the deposits. If you need further help feel free to call me at Hansgrohe. 1-800-334-0455. Press 2 for Tech and ask for David Scarborough.
hi did you run a seperate cold water supply from the storage tank to the shower pump & also a seperate hot supply from the hot water cylinder, it sounds as though the cold water is crossing into the hot service & pushing its way up to the tank as its the only way it can go, sounds as though the cold water connection to the shower is not tank fed & possibly directly off the water main.?