Bosch Hot Water Heater Fault or Error Code A9 Troubleshooting Guide
Is a Bosch error code A9 blinking on the digital monitor of your temperature controller for your continuous flow hot water heater? This fault code A9 signifies that the hot water outlet temperature sensor is not fitted correctly within the unit.
When the Bosch error code A9 is displayed you may also experience no hot water or fluctuating hot water temperatures.
The water temperature sensors fitted within the Bosch tankless range of gas hot water heaters are an important safety device. They are used to monitor the hot and cold water flow settings to provide you with your pre-set water temperature when the water reaches your tap.
Another reason that may cause an A9 error code on your Bosch hot water system is a low incoming gas pressure.
Bosch hot water error code A9 troubleshooting
You can attempt to clear the error code A9 display yourself by turning the power off to the appliance, turning on your hot water tap and then turning the appliance power back on. You can also check your gas supply pressure by turning on your gas stove. If the flame seems lower than usual check that your gas valve is open.
If the A9 fault code remains then you will need to call in a qualified technician to provide a repair.
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We can resolve your Bosch A9 fault code issue and have your continuous flow hot water heater working as normal once more, before you know it. When you call Jim’s Plumbing you are guaranteed a prompt and reliable hot water heater repair service at an affordable cost.
Your attending plumber from Jim’s Plumbing will investigate your hot water system to adequately clear the Bosch A9 error code. The connections from the hot water outlet temperature sensor leading back to the PC board will be checked to ensure there are no loose connections or damaged parts. The temperature sensor will be checked for correct position requirements and your gas supply pressure will be measured. Any faults found will be repaired with minimal downtime to your day.
It is recommended to have your hot water heater serviced according to manufacturer’s instructions – usually once every 2 years. Periodic servicing will help to maintain the life of the appliance as well as repair any minor faults before they become a major issue.
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