How to Avoid Calcium Build Up in Your BOSCH

Have you checked inside your BOSCH Hot Water System recently?

If you own a BOSCH 10P or 10H, it’s a good idea to open the door and check inside once in a while. Why? Because there could be a leak or calcium build up, which would lead to all sorts of problem.

In this video, we’ll show you what the leak or calcium build up causes to a client’s BOSCH and how to deal with it, or even to prevent it from happening altogether.

Why do you need to check on your BOSCH?

There’s a part called Gland Sleeve, and you need to see if there’s water leaking, because if there is, it will be rusting out the screws and you can’t service it anymore. That means you will need a new hot water system.

Avoid it by checking your hot water system every two months.

It’s not hard to do at all. In our video on how to relight Bosch, we show you how to open the door, and you’ll be able to find the gland sleeve easily. It’s just behind the buttons. We show you how to find it in this video. We also show you what the leak or calcium build up looks like.

When you see there’s a leak or calcium build-up, even just a little bit, give us a call. We’ll be happy to replace it for you, and you won’t be up for a new hot water system.¬†You will just be up for a service, which is important every TWO years.