Hi, I got a Chronomite SR-15L 277V instant-flow water heater in our
office restroom. The water flow has always been slow through his water
heater, and recently it has slowed so much that the heater is now not
turning on. I disconnected the flex pipe from the faucet and confirmed
that the slowness is not due to the faucet. So it is either the input
valve or the water heater itself that is causing this slowness.
I disconnected the flex pipe at the input valve and then reconnected
it. The flow was better for a while and the heater turned on. But
after a while, the flow slows again and now the heater is not turning
The flex pipe from the input valve to the water heater is a 20" 1/2"
IPS, 3/8" comp.
Here is the spec to the Chronomite heater:
The other restroom next to this restroom has exactly the same setup
and it works perfectly there.