They have an incredibly fast and friendly service. It is a no brainer to use them, it is such a relief to find a business who are doing such a great job and providing excellent service.
Rinnai Gas Heater Repairs & Servicing
At Apex Gas Heater Service, we specialise in gas heater repairs, servicing such as heaters, propane heaters, space heaters, LP gas heaters, gas appliances. Thus, they all come with a 24-month warranty.
Contact us for more information. We suggest that in the event you require a repair or service for Rinnai gas heaters that you call us first.
Even so, you will need a professional to service your Rinnai gas heaters. The majority of these tasks should be carried out by a professional. Ultimately, our Rinnai Gas Heater service experts come to you. In addition to gas heater repair, our Rinnai Gas Heater Service Team also installs gas bayonets. Installing these supplies will make your Rinnai gas heater in your home or business more economical. A licenced gas fitter is employed by us to service your gas appliances.
What People Say About Us
Made an enquiry for a heater repair in the morning and they had it repaired by the end of the day. Amazingly fast service, never had experienced such fast response from any business type before. 5 star service!!
Apex Gas Heater Service is a trustable heater service business. They return call and are always on time whenever you contact them. I’m definitely going to use them again.
Frequently Asked Questions
The thermostat may not be signaling the heater to come on if the temperature around the thermostat sensor isn’t cold enough. You can check that by turning it up the whole way. In the event that this does not work, perhaps the thermostat wire or heater wire has broken. If you do not locate a disconnected wire, you might have a faulty gas valve. Replacing a gas valve is a potentially dangerous task and should be handled by a professional service technician.
Gas heaters fire up by using a pilot light to trigger the flame of the actual heater. If the pilot light goes out, your particular type of gas heater cannot heat up the air. Maintaining the heater properly and troubleshooting simple pilot light problems will prevent you from incurring costly repairs.
The natural or propane gas is funneled to the tip of a pilot light via a supply line that is connected to a propane or natural gas supply. As the gas passes through the tip of the pilot light, it is ignited by an electronic or manual pilot light.
Over time, this tip can become corroded and blocked, which prevents gas from exiting it. Through regular brushing and gentle scouring, you can easily remove any remaining carbon.
Burning logs inside a closed vent fireplace can produce some undesirable effects. Faulty or incomplete combustion processes can cause soot to accumulate on the burning logs.
Carbon dioxide is formed when partially-burned natural gas emits soot. Some of the carbon used in the combustion process turns into soot, while other carbon molecules combine with oxygen to form carbon monoxide gases. In spite of the absence of soot accumulation, burning logs without ventilation for long periods of time will deplete the oxygen supply in the room, so some ventilation is necessary after a while.
Deactivating the Function Lock is as simple as pressing both arrow buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds. It can be deactivated at any time this way.
During normal operation all heater controls will be locked when the Function lock is activated, except for the OFF switch. Deactivating the lock will release the controls. Activating the lock whilst the heater is turned OFF will prevent it from turning ON again.
Please use a fan or open a window every hour or two after using a heater. If a user uses a heater continuously in an unventilated environment, he/she may suffer from carbon monoxide poisoning due to incomplete combustion. In the worst case scenario, this could result in a fatality.
The filter can become clogged and prevent air intake, which will result in abnormal combustion and temperature rise. The product will then fail. We recommend cleaning the filter once a month.
Typically, this means that the filter needs to be removed and cleaned. However, before that can happen, the electric components of the unit must be turned OFF and unplugged. The unit should remain that way until the filter has been replaced. Plug the unit back in and turn the Master ON/OFF Switch to ON. From there, you can change it back to the settings you want.
Many gas appliances can be converted from propane to natural gas, and vice versa. Converting a natural gas grill to propane or a propane gas stove to natural gas are included in this flexibility. Make sure you consult your owner’s manual, look on the manufacturer’s website or contact the company directly. Most grills need some kind of conversion kit.
You should never attempt to connect a gas appliance to the wrong type of gas, as it can be extremely hazardous. Gas appliances are manufactured to be used with only one type of gas, so attempting to connect it to the other gas will not be safe.