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Simple DIY Tips For Water Heater Repair

You ever wake up on a chilly morning and go to take a shower only to find your water heater is not working? You probably got frustrated and thought about the high costs that you will have to pay for a replacement. What you did not know was that there are some ways you can take care of the issue before panicking.

If The Water Tank Is Electric, you can try the tips below.

Sometimes there is water leaking out of your water tank. This makes the circuit breaker vulnerable because there could be an electric shock. It is best to call a repair company if you notice any open wires around the area of the water. If there are no electrical wires, you can find a way to get rid of the water. Always switch off the fuse box before attempting to get rid of the water. Once you have done that, switch the water heater back on and see if it is working.

If the breaker keeps tripping, then there could be a power issue. You should call a professional for that due to safety reasons. Do not try to handle it yourself as it is too risky.

If the water heater is Gas;

A gas heater will probably be less expensive to maintain because it is more efficient and low cost. However, the risk associated with these is slightly higher than that of electric water heaters. First thing you should do is check if the gas is on. If the pilot light is not indicating, then there could be an issue with the pilot light. Open the metal plate and check carefully. If the pilot light is not on, this could be a significant risk. There might be gas build-up which puts you in danger because it can blow up. At that point, the best option is to let the professionals handle it.

Always keep in mind that gas is much riskier than electricity so you should not touch anything that you are not familiar with.

Water heaters generally last up to 15 years with proper maintenance. That is why it is advisable to have a water heater service do the maintenance regularly to avoid damage too soon after installation. If you are choosing a water heater repair service, ensure that they have a license and that they have some experience. Their expertise will come in handy during the repairs.

When you have an issue that seems advanced, you should call the water heater repair specialists and not try to do it yourself. The only issues that you should ever try to troubleshoot are the commonly known ones. If in doubt, you can watch videos online and follow the instructions carefully.