Bosch Hot Water Heater Fault or Error Code Troubleshooting Guide – House Symbol is Displayed
Bosch is a well-known and trusted name for many household appliances, including hot water heaters.
They are one of the leaders in the Australian hot water heating industry and provide the largest range of continuous flow hot water systems on the market.
When you have a Bosch continuous flow hot water heater installed on your property you can trust that you have a durable, efficient and reliable hot water system that is packed with advanced technological features to provide you with continuous hot water as, and when, you need it.
One of the extremely handy, and smart features, of the Bosch hot water systems is their ability to self-diagnose any faults that may occur within the appliance. A different Bosch error code will display, according to the fault at hand, alerting you as soon as there is a problem and allowing for a fast repair before the issue has time to escalate.
These Bosch error codes will flash on the digital monitor of the unit’s hot water temperature controller. The hot water temperature controllers are also a brilliant (optional) feature of most of the Bosch hot water range.
Apart from displaying error codes to you they also allow you to pre-set your desired water temperatures for different areas in your home. Providing safety and convenience at your fingertips.
There are a range of Bosch fault codes that may display on your hot water temperature controller – one of them being a flashing house symbol.
What does the Bosch error code showing a house symbol mean?
Should you ever see a Bosch error code that is displayed as a flashing house symbol this can indicate one of three things:
- The water temperature you have selected is lower than the minimum that the appliance supplies
- The incoming water temperatures are set too high
- A low flow rate
Troubleshooting the Bosch house symbol error code
Usually, the Bosch house symbol error code is one that you can rectify yourself. Depending on the actual problem causing the house symbol to display you can try the following:
- Increase the water flow
- Select a higher temperature
- Select a lower temperature
If you try the above but the house image error is still showing on your Bosch hot water monitor then you will need to call in a qualified plumber to investigate your hot water heater.
If you want an affordable and local plumber that can attend to your location on the same day as your booking then call the Bosch hot water heater repair experts from Jim’s Plumbing.
Your attending Jim’s plumber will investigate and resolve the Bosch house symbol fault code with minimal downtime or stress to your day and will have your hot water heater running as intended in the quickest time possible.
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