How old is my Eemax tankless water heater?

How old is my Eemax tankless water heater?

The first two numbers of the serial number of an Eemax tankless water heater are the year of manufacture.

Who makes Eemax?

In December 2015, Rheem® acquired Eemax. Founded in 1925, Rheem is the only manufacturer worldwide that produces heating, cooling, water heating, pool/spa heating, and commercial refrigeration products. Rheem is headquartered in Atlanta, GA, and has operations in 14 countries.

Where is Eemax made?

Waterbury, Connecticut
Founded in 1988 in Oxford, Connecticut, Eemax, Inc. manufactures electric tankless water heaters for residential, commercial, industrial, and safety applications. At the end of 2012, Eemax, Inc. relocated to a 56,000 square foot manufacturing, warehouse, and training facility in Waterbury, Connecticut.

How do I adjust my Eemax tankless water heater?

If the water is too hot: turn the temperature adjustment shaft counter- clockwise about 1/8 of a turn and wait 15-20 seconds. If the temperature remains too hot, repeat this step until the desired temperature is achieved. Congratulations ! Your Eemax tankless electric water heater is fully installed and ready for use!

What does E5 mean on a tankless water heater?

E5 is an error due to the high flow rate. If the LED control board of your EcoSmart tankless water heater is displaying an E5 error code, it means that the desired water volume is too high. As such, you will be required to slow down the flow rate.

Where are Rheem water heaters made?

Rheem water heaters are made in different states in the US. The manufacturing sites of Rheem water heaters are in Atlanta, Georgia, Eagan, Minnesota, and Oxnard, California. As for parts production and replacement parts manufacturing, you can find their headquarters in Randleman, North Carolina.

Who manufactures Rheem tankless water heaters?

Eemax is recognized as the leading manufacturer of electric tankless water heating solutions for residential, commercial and industrial applications in the U.S. In addition to its Eemax-branded water heaters, the company produces the EcoSmart™ line of tankless water heaters.

Who Makes Rheem water heaters?

Who makes Rheem water heaters? Rheem has been around for 125 years, owned by Paloma Industries. Their main headquarter is in Nagoya, Japan but they also have a manufacturing subsidiary based in Atlanta, Georgia.

How do I adjust my eemax water heater?

Why is my eemax water heater not working?

The first thing to do is to call Eemax Technical Support at 800-543-6163. A friendly service technician will be happy to help you identify the problem and get your heater back in operation.

What does e04 mean on tankless water heater?

An E4 error code on your 45 model tankless water heater, indicates that there is an issue involving the flow meter sensor (also referred to as cold water temperature sensor.) This means that the flow meter is not sending a signal to the computer which starts the machine.

What does E1 mean on a tankless water heater?

Symptoms and solutions

Symptom What It Means
The EZ Deluxe Displays an E1 Error Code. A) E1 happens sporadically
B) E1 happens every time

How long will a Rheem water heater last?

Rheem hot water systems have a typical life span of between 5 and 15 years depending on water conditions and how well the system has been serviced. You can add years to the life to a Rheem hot water system if you have it serviced every 5 years.

Which is better water heater Rheem or AO?

While each heater model in the range has different energy factor ratings and should be checked for each model, the A.O. Smith water heaters generally have the edge in energy efficiency over similar Rheem models, particularly in the electricity-powered models.

Is Rinnai or Rheem better?

If you are worried about long-term maintenance, I would go with the Rinnai. They have a great reputation for having long-lasting water heaters, and they have a better warranty vs Rheem. The nice thing is that you get a high quality on demand water heater whichever brand you go with.

How long do Rheem tankless water heaters last?

The expected lifespan for a typical gas tank water heater is 8 to 12 years, and electric models last 10 to 15 years on average. With routine maintenance, they can last longer. Rheem gas water heaters should last at least that long, provided you maintain the unit properly. Tankless models can last 15 to 20 years.

What is the life expectancy of a Rheem water heater?