Tankless Hot Water Heater - One Fauset Does Not Have Hot Water?
Ever since we had a tankless hot water heater installed (Bosch, gas) we often do not get hot water at the kitchen fauset. Baths and laundry are ok. With the previous tank water heater we did not have this issue. The tankless heater has a pizo electric gizmo that senses the water flow and ingites the burner (no standing pilot light).
I don't know the brand or model of the kitchen fauset - it has one control handle for water temp and volume.
It's something about the fauset I assume, correct?
Well, even the worst heater cannot choose which faucets to send water to. Guess it must be something wrong with the faucet. Single handle faucets have a cartridge. Something may be clogging the opening for hot water. Turn off the water valves under the sink and take the handle off and look at the openings in the cartridge. Be sure to stick it back in the same direction it came out.
If you have never made a mistake, you haven't done much.
Last edited by majakdragon; 10-29-2008 at 12:22 AM.