Bosch Hot Water Heater Fault or Error Code E0 Troubleshooting Guide
Bosch gas hot water heaters are extremely economical and efficient as well as being known as one of Australia’s favourites for hot water heating. With the Bosch continuous flow hot water systems you are guaranteed a reliable and long lasting appliance that is backed by a generous warranty.
Bosch have been in the hot water industry for over 127 years and with this time comes knowledge and technological advancement.
One of the advanced features of their gas hot water heaters is that they come optional with hot water temperature controllers. These temperature controllers allow you to pre-set your preferred hot water temperatures within your home. Meaning that you only need to flick on the hot water tap to have that ideal hot water setting for your shower, bath, or sinks with no more constant fiddling of the hot and cold taps to get there.
The hot water temperature controllers are also able to self-diagnose any faults that occur within the unit and will display a Bosch fault code on the monitor. This feature allows you to organise a prompt repair for your hot water heater before the problem has time to escalate.
One of the fault codes that you may come across in regards to your continuous flow hot water heater is the Bosch error code E0.
What does the Bosch error code E0 mean?
If the fault code E0 is flashing on the digital monitor of your Bosch hot water temperature controller this indicates that there is a failure in relation the electronic control module. The control module manages the gas burner to maintain your set water temperature.
Troubleshooting for Bosch fault code E0
To clear the Bosch fault code E0 try pushing the power button of the water temperature controller off and then on again. You can also try to clear the E0 fault display by turning the main power to the appliance off, fully opening a hot tap, and then turning the main power back on. If the error code E0 remains then you will need to call a fully qualified technician.
Jim’s Plumbing – your Bosch hot water heater repair experts, available 24/7
To rectify the Bosch fault code E0 call in a local plumber from Jim’s Plumbing. We have a plumber near you if you reside in any metropolitan suburb of Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane or Canberra.
Our plumbers are on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including all public holidays.
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Your attending plumber from Jim’s will inspect your continuous flow hot water heater to resolve the Bosch fault code E0 with minimal downtime or fuss to you with a quality service and customer satisfaction guaranteed.
If you experience no hot water, or any issue with your hot water heater call the team from Jim’s Plumbing on 1300 133 509 or complete our easy online plumber booking form and we’ll call you back at no cost to you.
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