Any Problem with The Boiler Should Be Solved Immediately
The signs that will tell you that you have a problem with your water heater are as follows: it will not heat water, it has a small amount of hot water, it heats water poorly, it heats water quickly, it overheats the water, it crackles and sparks while it is working, it blows the fuse when it is turned on, it buzzes, leaking at the bottom, pilot light does not light up or lights up even though the water is hot, low pressure, water dripping from the valve. If any of these things happen, rest assured that this is a sure sign that there is a problem with your water heater.
You should not delay the repair of the water heater, and if any irregularity appears, you must react immediately. If you do not have any experience with water heaters, it is best to call the competent service department, which will immediately be able to identify the problem with your water heater and, of course, immediately solve it.
The most common water heater failures can be very simple and not so expensive. It often happens that the fuse of the circuit to which the device is connected stops working, it also happens that the switch that turns the water heater on and off is broken. These are all very cheap fixes that are fixed quickly.
You can see what other problem of water heaters can occur on this blog. The most important thing is that you react immediately and that the problem is solved quickly.