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Question:

What are the signs of a failing heating element in a Rheem water heater?

Answer:

James Thompson, Water Heater Repair Expert

If you suspect that the heating element in your Rheem water heater is failing, there are a few signs to look out for. Firstly, if you notice a decrease in hot water temperature or if the water takes longer to heat up, it could indicate a problem with the heating element. Additionally, if you hear strange noises coming from the water heater or if you see rusty water coming out of the faucets, it may be a sign of a failing heating element. In such cases, it is recommended to contact specialists from 5 Star Best Plumbing for professional water heater repair services. They have the expertise to diagnose and fix any issues with your Rheem water heater.

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