Question about Kitchen Ranges
Usually the small rubber ball is used as the stopper to regulate the flow of water into the tank. This stopper acts as a pressure guage which shuts the water flow when it gets to the recommended limit. Usually i would advice you shut down the entire unit from the mains. Then open the heater tank usually the ball is supposed to have a space for a screw then you can screw the ball back into the lever which is inside the tank and regulates the flow of water. But in the other case where the lever is spoilt you would need an expert to replace the entire control mechanism.
In general the only offside to this ball pulling out is that the unit is prone to overflowing water when the water is coming into it.
Hope this solution has been helpful?
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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