Bosch Hot Water Heater Fault or Error Code E2 Troubleshooting Guide
Bosch have one of the widest ranges of continuous flow gas hot water heaters on the market today. With over 127 years in the hot water industry you can trust that a Bosch hot water heater will deliver optimal performance and provide value for money.
If you chose to have the optional hot water temperature controller installed with your Bosch gas continuous flow hot water heater then you have an added advantage with this feature.
The water temperature controllers not only provide the convenience of only needing to turn on the hot water tap to reach your preferred hot water temperature setting for different areas within your home, they will also display a fault code on the controllers digital monitor should something go awry within the unit.
One of the codes that may flash on the status monitor of your temperature controller is Bosch fault code E2.
What is a fault code E2 display flashing on my temperature controller monitor?
If a Bosch error code E2 is blinking on the monitor of your hot water temperature controller this signifies that there is a fault in relation to the inlet water temperature sensor.
Along with this fault code E2 you may also experience no hot water, or water temperature fluctuations.
Can I clear an error code E2 from my Bosch tankless hot water heater?
You can attempt to clear the fault display E2 by turning the power to the appliance off, turning on a hot water tap to full capacity and then turning the appliance power back on. You can also try turning the water temperature controller off and on. The Bosch error code E2 will clear if it was showing due to a trip of the system. If the code remains then you will need to call in a fully qualified professional to attend to your hot water unit.
Bosch fault code E2 troubleshooting
For a prompt resolve in relation to the Bosch error code E2 call in a hot water heater repair specialist from Jim’s Plumbing. When you call a local plumber from Jim’s you are guaranteed a same day service with normal rates charged until 7.30pm on weekdays. If you have a plumbing emergency – such as no hot water, then expect a Jim’s plumber to be knocking on your door within the hour* of your booking. We cover all metropolitan areas of Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Sydney and Canberra 24/7.
Your attending plumber from Jim’s will inspect your Bosch hot water heater to discover the fault in relation to the inlet water temperature sensor and provide a prompt, reliable and affordable repair.
The system will be checked for any loose or damaged connections on the wiring harness leading back to the electronic control unit. Our plumbers arrive at your location in a fully stocked van, meaning that they will rarely need to leave site to source any replacement parts.
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