Rinnai Customer Service

Rinnai Customer Service Phone Number ……….

Rinnai Corporation was founded in 1920 with its headquarters located in Nagoya, Japan. It primarily deals in manufacturing gas appliances, home heating appliances, tankless water heaters and boilers. Rinnai aims to make constant progress in its service and manufacture innovative products for both home and commercial use. Millions of families rely on their various range of products starting from Rinnai tankless water heater and home heating to gas appliances that provides total home comfort. Call Rinnai Customer Service Phone Number ……….

Rinnai Customer Service Number……….
Rinnai Customer Phone Number1 (800) 621-9419
Founded1 September 1920; 98 years ago
FounderHidejiro Naito & Kanekichi Hayash
Headquarters
Nakagawa-ku, Nagoya, 454-0802Japan
Area servedWorldwide
Key peopleHiroyasu Naito (President)
Websitewww.rinnai.us

Frequently Encountered Problems

Rinnai strives hard in enhancing the lives of millions of people across the US and Canada though its products. Only Rinnai can promise to offer the kind of quality and reliability that can be built only by leading named in the industry. Rinnai checks its quality of its products through in-house design, engineering and manufacturing, and ensures your satisfaction with its remarkable in-house support.

You can get your questions answered by taking a look at the FAQ page. Some of the questions are-

  1. Why don’t I have hot water as soon as I turn on the tap?
  2. Why is white smoke coming out of the exhaust?
  3. How does cold weather affect my tankless water heater?

Contact Rinnai Customer Service by dialing the Customer Service Number

Rinnai believes in providing assistance to its customers both before and after the installation of the product. The customers experts are available round the clock to solve the issues of customers  starting from product selection to installation and repair.

For any support, you can dial Rinnai Customer Service Phone Number ………. and get your issues solved immediately.

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by steven levasseur on 247Customerservicenumber

Subject: Technology at IT’S Time

I purchased your high efficiency condensing gas boiler in 2013. I was concerned at the time the technology may not be ready for prime time and my experience has backed up my concern.

Below is a history on my boiler, I have concluded if I followed your technical team’s advice, my cost of ownership would be double or triple compared to normal boiler cost (see my analysis below). I have been dealing with these issues for almost 2 years now!!

The boiler trips to error mode, mostly when running hot water / heat simultaneously and there is an outside temperature or condition change. During the winter months, the system errored into non-running mode 6-8 times a month. It concerned me when leaving the house unoccupied for an extended length of time. Three different HVAC experts have looked at the system and spoken to your technical team (case # 359893) without finding a solution. The system can work for weeks without issue and then BANG! The last recommendation was to replace the control board, but it was not a guaranteed fix. I declined based on the following analysis.

Initial Purchase cost: Rinnai E110CN boiler install = $8,200. May 2013.
Recommended solution cost: $3,800. Control unit replacement.
Projected 20-year total cost of ownership: $16,900.

So, WHAT AM I TO DO? I spend this significant amount of money with the comfort that in 5 years when the warranty expires I replace the control board again?

I owned an oil burner previously for 20+ years and could count on it continuously during its life. I am NOT there with your high efficiency boiler!!

My question to you is: Am I the only customer who has had this experience? I would like to hear from you before I publish my “Cost of Ownership” analysis on your boiler.

Thank you for listening and I hope to hear back from Rinnai soon.

Regards Steve Levasseur