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Question:

What are some common problems with Rheem water heaters?

Answer:

James Thompson, Water Heater Repair Expert

Common problems with Rheem water heaters include inadequate hot water, water not getting hot enough, strange noises, leaking tanks, and pilot light issues. Inadequate hot water can be caused by a faulty thermostat or a buildup of sediment in the tank. Water not getting hot enough may be due to a malfunctioning heating element or a faulty thermostat. Strange noises can indicate a sediment buildup or a failing heating element. Leaking tanks are often caused by corrosion or a faulty valve. Pilot light issues can be caused by a clogged or faulty thermocouple. If you are experiencing any of these problems with your Rheem water heater, contact the specialists at 5 Star Best Plumbing for professional water heater repair or replacement services.

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