Lawn Equipment Parts
How to Repair A Water Heater
Noisy water heaters could indicate there is an issue with the heater element. Learn to test that part and more with our troubleshooting guide.
Water is too hot
If you find the water coming from your hot water heater too hot, there might be an issue with the control thermostat. Learn to test parts and repair your appliance with our troubleshooting guide.
Won’t stay lit/keeps shutting off
Fixing a water heater that will not stay on begins by checking the thermostatic control, gas valve, and thermocouple. From there our repair guide will help you determine what part needs to be fixed or replaced.
Water isn’t getting hot
The main function of a hot water heater is to heat water. If it is failing to do so, examine the heater element and the thermostat control using this repair guide.
Water temperature changes between hot and cold
If your hot water heater is fluctuating in temperature the control thermostat or the lower heater element could be the source of your troubles. We'll show you how to figure out which part is in need of repair or replacement.
To find the source of a leak in a water heater the first thing you should check is the drain valve. Other issues might include problems with the element gasket, or the temperature pressure relief valve. Find out how to inspect and repair each part.