Question about Bosch Water Heaters
What has happened is your starter that senses the pressure, and that sensor when activated, , then ignites the igniter, and the heater works. What happens is this sensor/Valve, goes faulty, and it will not work.It must be replaced. Sometimes too, it is the actual igniter itself, you will have to troubleshoot to see which part it is, it maybe easier to just replace both. have a look on the 'net, for a service manual for your system, it will give you a diagram and all servicing data etc. really you cannot repair anything without one. If in doubt at all though. You should contact a professional, and ask for a 'Quote" for the repair.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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