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Check inlet water first for consistency, if flow is fine and pump is working correctly, then check non-return valve on your pump outlet.
if these check correctly, check electrical side, if flow to heating element is constant, if that is interrupted, i am afraid that motherboard on your unit may be faulty,
you have then only two choices, dismantle the unit and check all wiring and component or get unit to repair centre or call plumber... or eventually replace unit by yourself.
please be aware that mendling in electrical circuit is dangerous! fully disconnect from power before you remove the covers!!
please be aware that before you attempt to repair electrical or plumbing gear you need to cut off power or water supply to the unit in full, they do not mix very well... :-)
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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