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The heater is working but it is making a loud crackling sound, almost like small rocks inside it. I haven't used it in a few months. What do you think it could be? I have the model either H1001D1 or DP1.

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If your external by-pass is closed almost all the way then it will be your internal by-pass. You find this assembly inside the water manifold at the side of the heater. Part should be about 70-80 bucks.
It is suppose to regulate the water flow so it has time to heat but not boil. Yours is probally missing the control disc and letting all the water flow past the heater so the water in the heater is boiling and that is the banging you hear. Good luck.

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hello cpr... you have air trapped in your heater. turn the pump off for one minute and then on for one minute and repeat until the trapped air is dissipated. Joe

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