Bosch furnace error Water tap
This is a Bosch water heating system error that can happen in the following ways:
– When the water flow to the impeller has been interrupted.
– When there is a damaged flow sensor.
– When there is an open solenoid valve.
– When the water supply temperature rises beyond 165°F, there is no coolant circulation or a low refrigerant volume in the system.
A Bosch furnace error code WATER TAP usually means that when you installed your wort tap, you forgot to install it with a copper washer (usually included with new wort taps), or it fell out and got lost during installation, so now your water tap leaks and your furnace can’t work properly.
Bosch has developed a new type of water tap, designed specifically for homeowners’ needs. It is designed to minimize the risk of leaks and to offer protection from bacteria and mould.
The Bosch water tap can be installed on any standard household tap without additional tools or high-pressure cartridges. The tap is also made in a range of attractive colours, so it would be an excellent choice for people looking for something decorative that’s easy to keep clean.
This error is related to the water tap. Either there is no water, or it is gushing out when it should not be.
This error is related to the water tap. Either there is no water, or it is gushing out when it should not be. This can happen due to a defective solenoid valve which controls the hot water flow to the furnace heat exchanger coils or a defective solenoid valve which controls the cold water flow to the furnace heat exchanger coils. If there’s no leak, but you still have this error – the problem may lie in an electronic control system board that has failed and may need replacement.