Question about Noritz Residential Heaters Tankless Water Heater N-0751M-DV-LP
Most tankless heaters will normally restrict the hot water output in order to maintain a stable outlet temperature; however, this should only be noticed if you have several hot water fixtures open. If you are only seeing the problem when running a single fixture, then the problem is probably one of these items:
1) clogged aerator on your fixture - easily fixed by removing and cleaning the aerator with a pair of vice grips
2) clogged inlet filter for your tankless - the inlet filter is located on the incoming cold water connection. It has a black cylindrical cap. To remove it, make sure to first turn off your water to the heater and then unscrew the cap to remove the filter. Instructions can also be found in your owner's guide.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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