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What could be causing low water pressure in my Rinnai water heater?


James Thompson, Water Heater Repair Expert

Several factors could be responsible for low water pressure in your Rinnai water heater. These include a blocked inlet screen, a malfunctioning pressure relief valve, or a clogged pipe. Additionally, the water heater might be incorrectly sized for your home, or there could be an issue with the water supply line. It’s also possible that the dip tube in the heater is damaged or broken. Lastly, sediment build-up in the tank can also cause low water pressure.

If you’re experiencing any of these issues, the experts at 5 Star Best Plumbing are ready to assist with all your water heater repair needs. They can also provide a comprehensive water heater replacement guide if necessary.

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