You use the boiler for almost 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, especially in winters. It is not possible that nothing can go wrong with a machine that is used so frequently. One of the common problems you might face it that the boiler works just fine but is not heating the water, or it might not be working at all. Let us find out the common problems and their possible solutions.
Is the boiler working?
The first thing to do is to make sure if your boiler is working or not. Depending on what type of boiler you are using, a sign of boiler malfunction is a change in the color of the display along with an error code. Go through the user manual of your boiler to find out what does the error code mean. But if you are unable to do so, call us on 281-859-5757 and our repairing professionals will be there at your service.
Check the supply for water, gas or electricity
If the boiler shows no display, then the problem must be with the power supply. Check your socket or light in the other rooms to confirm it. Sometimes the problem might be with the circuit breaker, check it to confirm.
Shortage or temporary pause in the water supply can also stop the boiler from working.
If you have a gas boiler, check your stove to confirm the availability of the gas supply.
There is a possibility that someone may have adjusted the boiler thermostat intentionally or by mistake without letting you know, which could result in a boiler not heating the water.
Timer setting may be altered due to changes in clocks, power supply or failure in backup batteries. Check the boiler control panel to see if the timer for hot water is active currently.
If you have gone through all these troubleshooting steps but your boiler is still not working; call professional repair service providers like Mirtron A/C & Heating LLC and get instant help.