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What should I do if my Rheem water heater is making strange noises?


James Thompson, Water Heater Repair Expert

If your Rheem water heater is making strange noises, it could be an indication of an underlying issue. Here are a few steps you can take to address the problem:

  1. Check for any loose components or fittings. Tighten them if necessary.
  2. Inspect the water heater for any signs of leaks or cracks. If found, contact a professional plumber immediately.
  3. Flush the water heater to remove any sediment buildup, as this can cause noises. Refer to the manufacturer’s instructions or seek professional assistance.
  4. Ensure that the water pressure is at an appropriate level. High water pressure can lead to noisy operation.
  5. If the noises persist or you are unsure about performing any troubleshooting steps, it is recommended to contact a qualified plumber or Rheem water heater specialist.

For expert assistance with water heater repair or any other plumbing services, you can rely on the specialists at 5 Star Best Plumbing. They have the knowledge and experience to resolve any water heater-related issues efficiently.

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