Question about Rheem Water Heaters
You should check the inlet filter. Most (if not all) tankless heaters on the market have a small wye strainer on the inlet cold water connection. If debris build up in this, the water flow will be restricted.
Other than that, I'd check aerators at your fixtures, and if possible check the outlet pressure on the hot side of the tankless. If you have isolation valves, you can just run the water straight through. If the flow is restricted at the tankless, then you know the problem is in the heater or in the cold water supply. If the water flows quickly out of the tankless, then your problem is a clog in the water system after the heater.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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