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@brokenxrecordsx ,
 
So is it the aircon when turned on that is causing the fans to go noisy or the hot water system when heating the water?
 
If possible check the premises' fuse box to see if the aircon and the water heater have separate fuses or breakers. It should be marked as to what fuses feed what circuits.
 
Most gas water heaters have electric power connected to them to power the igniters, solenoids and the controls for when the the heater needs to be turned on. The gas is only to heat the water.
 
Usually ducted aircons (is it evaporative or refrigerated?) need a 2 phase power supply meaning 2 fuses (or breakers)but regardless of type the aircon and the water heater both should still have separate fuse(s) or breaker(s) and not be connected through the wall outlet or light fuses or breakers.
 
It may be that if one of the aircon power supplies or the water heater power supply is on the same supply circuit as the fans it is dragging the supply down causing the fans to not operate correctly. It may be that there are too many appliances etc on one particular phase or there may be a problem in the aircon or water heater circuit
 
You may have to isolate the cause of the problem to either the aircon or the water heater first to get to the bottom of it.
 
In any event since you are only renting the property, this is the landlord’s responsibility, assuming that everything was in place as is before you started renting.
 
Contact either the real estate agent’s property manager who you normally deal with and tell them about it. Ifit or if you deal with the owner direct tell them. It would be in their interest to know about it especially if it turns out to be an electrical problem
Contact either the real estate agent’s property manager who you normally deal with and tell them about it. Ifit or if you deal with the owner direct tell them. It would be in their interest to know about it especially if it turns out to be an electrical problem

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@brokenxrecordsx ,
 
So is it the aircon when turned on that is causing the fans to go noisy or the hot water system when heating the water?
 
If possible check the premises' fuse box to see if the aircon and the water heater have separate fuses or breakers. It should be marked as to what fuses feed what circuits.
 
Most gas water heaters have electric power connected to them to power the igniters, solenoids and the controls for when the the heater needs to be turned on. The gas is only to heat the water.
 
Usually ducted aircons (is it evaporative or refrigerated?) need a 2 phase power supply meaning 2 fuses (or breakers)but regardless of type the aircon and the water heater both should still have separate fuse(s) or breaker(s) and not be connected through the wall outlet or light fuses or breakers.
 
It may be that if one of the aircon power supplies or the water heater power supply is on the same supply circuit as the fans it is dragging the supply down causing the fans to not operate correctly. It may be that there are too many appliances etc on one particular phase or there may be a problem in the aircon or water heater circuit
 
You may have to isolate the cause of the problem to either the aircon or the water heater first to get to the bottom of it.
 
In any event since you are only renting the property, this is the landlord’s responsibility, assuming that everything was in place as is before you started renting.
In any event since you are only renting the property, this is the landlord’s responsibility, assuming that everything was in place as is before you started renting.
 
Contact either the real estate agent’s property manager who you normally deal with and tell them about it. If you deal with the owner direct tell them. It would be in their interest to know about it especially if it turns out to be an electrical problem

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@brokenxrecordsx ,
 
So is it the aircon when turned on that is causing the fans to go noisy or the hot water system when heating the water?
 
If possible check the premises' fuse box to see if the aircon and the water heater have separate fuses or breakers. It should be marked as to what fuses feed what circuits.
 
Most gas water heaters have electric power connected to them to power the igniters, solenoids and the controls for when the the heater needs to be turned on. The gas is only to heat the water.
 
Usually ducted aircons (is it evaporative or refrigerated?) need a 2 phase power supply meaning 2 fuses (or breakers)but theyregardless of type the aircon and the water heater both should still have separate fuse(s) or breaker(s) and not be connected through the wall outlet or light fuses or breakers.
Usually ducted aircons (is it evaporative or refrigerated?) need a 2 phase power supply meaning 2 fuses (or breakers)but theyregardless of type the aircon and the water heater both should still have separate fuse(s) or breaker(s) and not be connected through the wall outlet or light fuses or breakers.
 
It may be that if one of the aircon power supplies or the water heater power supply is on the same supply circuit as the fans it is dragging the supply down causing the fans to not operate correctly. It may be that there are too many appliances etc on one particular phase or there may be a problem in the aircon or water heater circuit
 
You may have to isolate the cause of the problem to either the aircon or the water heater first to get to the bottom of it.
 
In any event since you are only renting the property, this is the landlord’s responsibility, assuming that everything was in place before you started renting.
 
Contact either the real estate agent’s property manager who you normally deal with and tell them about it. If you deal with the owner direct tell them. It would be in their interest to know about it especially if it turns out to be an electrical problem

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@brokenxrecordsx ,
 
So is it the aircon when turned on that is causing the fans to go noisy or the hot water system when heating the water?
 
If possible check the premises' fuse box to see if the aircon and the water heater have separate fuses or breakers. It should be marked as to what fuses feed what circuits.
 
Most gas water heaters have electric power connected to them to power the igniters, solenoids and the controls for when the the heater needs to be turned on. The gas is only to heat the water.
 
Usually ducted aircons need a 2 phase power supply meaning 2 fuses (or breakers), the same can also be with water heaters. But maybe not butbreakers)but they both should still have separate fuse(s) or breaker(s) and not be connected through the wall outlet or light fuses or breakers.
Usually ducted aircons need a 2 phase power supply meaning 2 fuses (or breakers), the same can also be with water heaters. But maybe not butbreakers)but they both should still have separate fuse(s) or breaker(s) and not be connected through the wall outlet or light fuses or breakers.
 
It may be that if one of the aircon power supplies or the water heater power suppliessupply is on the same supply circuit as the fans it is dragging the supply down causing the fans to not operate correctly. It may be that there are too many appliances etc on one particular phase or there may be a problem in the aircon or water heater circuit
It may be that if one of the aircon power supplies or the water heater power suppliessupply is on the same supply circuit as the fans it is dragging the supply down causing the fans to not operate correctly. It may be that there are too many appliances etc on one particular phase or there may be a problem in the aircon or water heater circuit
 
You may have to isolate the cause of the problem to either the aircon or the water heater first to get to the bottom of it.
 
In any event since you are only renting the property, this is the landlord’s responsibility, assuming that everything was in place before you started renting.
 
Contact either the real estate agent’s property manager who you normally deal with and tell them about it. If you deal with the owner direct tell them. It would be in their interest to know about it especially if it turns out to be an electrical problem

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@brokenxrecordsx ,
 
So is it the aircon when turned on that is causing the fans to go noisy or the hot water system when heating the water?
 
If possible check the premises' fuse box to see if the aircon and the water heater have separate fuses or breakers. It should be marked as to what fuses feed what circuitscircuits.

Most gas water heaters have electric power connected to them to power the igniters, solenoids and the controls for when the the heater needs to be turned on. The gas is only to heat the water.
If possible check the premises' fuse box to see if the aircon and the water heater have separate fuses or breakers. It should be marked as to what fuses feed what circuitscircuits.

Most gas water heaters have electric power connected to them to power the igniters, solenoids and the controls for when the the heater needs to be turned on. The gas is only to heat the water.
 
Usually ducted aircons need a 2 phase power supply meaning 2 fuses (or breakers), the same can also be with water heaters. But maybe not but they both should still have separate fuse(s) or breaker(s) and not be connected through the wall outlet or light fuses or breakers.
 
It may be that if one of the aircon or the water heater power supplies is on the same supply circuit as the fans it is dragging the supply down causing the fans to not operate correctly. It may be that there are too many appliances etc on one particular phase or there may be a problem in the aircon or water heater circuit
 
You may have to isolate the cause of the problem to either the aircon or the water heater first to get to the bottom of it.
 
In any event since you are only renting the property, this is the landlord’s responsibility, assuming that everything was in place before you started renting.
 
Contact either the real estate agent’s property manager who you normally deal with and tell them about it. If you deal with the owner direct tell them. It would be in their interest to know about it especially if it turns out to be an electrical problem

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@brokenxrecordsx ,
 
So is it the aircon when turned on that is causing the fans to go noisy or the hot water system when heating the water?
 
If possible check the premises' fuse box to see if the aircon and the water heater have separate fuses or breakers. It should be marked as to what fuses feed what circuits
If possible check the premises' fuse box to see if the aircon and the water heater have separate fuses or breakers. It should be marked as to what fuses feed what circuits
 
Usually ducted aircons need a 2 phase power supply meaning 2 fuses (or breakers), the same can also be with water heaters butheaters. But maybe not but they both should still have separate fuse(s) or breaker(s) and not be connected through the wall outlet or light fuses or breakers.
Usually ducted aircons need a 2 phase power supply meaning 2 fuses (or breakers), the same can also be with water heaters butheaters. But maybe not but they both should still have separate fuse(s) or breaker(s) and not be connected through the wall outlet or light fuses or breakers.
 
It may be that if one of the aircon or the water heater power supplies (or the water heater) is on the same supply circuit as the fans it is dragging the supply down causing the fans to not operate correctly. It may be that there are too many appliances etc on one particular phase or there may be a problem in the aircon or water heater circuit
It may be that if one of the aircon or the water heater power supplies (or the water heater) is on the same supply circuit as the fans it is dragging the supply down causing the fans to not operate correctly. It may be that there are too many appliances etc on one particular phase or there may be a problem in the aircon or water heater circuit
 
You may have to isolate the cause of the problem to either the aircon or the water heater first to get to the bottom of it.
 
In any event since you are only renting the property, this is the landlord’s responsibility, assuming that everything was in place before you started renting.
 
Contact either the real estate agent’s property manager who you normally deal with and tell them about it. If you deal with the owner direct tell them. It would be in their interest to know about it especially if it turns out to be an electrical problem

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@brokenxrecordsx ,
 
So is it the Airconaircon when turned on that is causing the fans to go noisy or the hot water system when heating the water?
So is it the Airconaircon when turned on that is causing the fans to go noisy or the hot water system when heating the water?
 
If possible check the premises' fuse box to see if the aircon and the water heater have separate fuses or breakers.
 
Usually ducted aircons need a 2 phase power supply meaning 2 fuses (or breakers) Thebreakers), the same can also be with water heaters but maybe not but itthey both should still have a separate fuse separate fuse(s) or breakerbreaker(s) and not be connected through the wall outlet or light fuses or breakers.
Usually ducted aircons need a 2 phase power supply meaning 2 fuses (or breakers) Thebreakers), the same can also be with water heaters but maybe not but itthey both should still have a separate fuse separate fuse(s) or breakerbreaker(s) and not be connected through the wall outlet or light fuses or breakers.
 
It may be that if one of the aircon power supplies (or the water heater) is on the same supply circuit as the fans it is dragging the supply down causing the fans to not operate correctly. It may be that there are too many appliances etc on one particular phase or there may be a problem in the aircon or water heater circuit
 
You may have to isolate the cause of the problem to either the aircon or the water heater first to get to the bottom of it.
 
In any event since you are only renting the property, this is the landlord’s responsibility, assuming that everything was in place before you started renting.
 
Contact either the real estate agent’s property manager who you normally deal with and tell them about it. If you deal with the owner direct tell them. It would be in their interest to know about it especially if it turns out to be an electrical problem

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@brokenxrecordsx ,
 
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In any event since you are only renting the property, this is the landlord’s responsibility, assuming that everything was in place before you started renting.
 
Contact either the real estate agent’s property manager who you normally deal with and tell them about it. If you deal with the owner direct tell them. It would be in their interest to know about it especially if it turns out to be an electrical problem

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@brokenxrecordsx ,
 
So is it the Aircon when turned on that is causing the fans to go noisy or the hot water system when heating the water?
 
Assuming it is the Aircon (is it a split system or an integrated unit?) is it on a separate fusefuses or circuit breakerbreakers to the lights or wall outlets?
Assuming it is the Aircon (is it a split system or an integrated unit?) is it on a separate fusefuses or circuit breakerbreakers to the lights or wall outlets?
 
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It may be that if the Aircon is on the same power circuit as the fans it is dragging theUsually ducted aircons need a 2 phase power supply down causing the fans to not operate correctlymeaning 2 fuses (or breakers) The same can also be with water heaters but maybe not.
 
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@brokenxrecordsx ,
 
So is it the Aircon when turned on that is causing the fans to go noisy or the hot water systemsystem when heating the water?
So is it the Aircon when turned on that is causing the fans to go noisy or the hot water systemsystem when heating the water?
 
Assuming it is the Aircon (is it a split system or an integrated unit?) is it on a separate fuse or circuit breaker to the lights or wall outlets?
Assuming it is the Aircon (is it a split system or an integrated unit?) is it on a separate fuse or circuit breaker to the lights or wall outlets?
 
Normally Aircon units have a 25A fuse or breaker as opposed to the wall outlets having 16A and the lights 8A. At least where I am anyway. The Aircon fuse rating should be shown on the compliance plate of the unit.
Normally Aircon units have a 25A fuse or breaker as opposed to the wall outlets having 16A and the lights 8A. At least where I am anyway. The Aircon fuse rating should be shown on the compliance plate of the unit.
 
It may be that if the Aircon is on the same power circuit as the fans it is dragging the supply down causing the fans to not operate correctly.
 
If possible check the premises's fuse box to see if the ACAircon is a separate fuse or breaker.

What is the make and model number of the Aircon?
If possible check the premises's fuse box to see if the ACAircon is a separate fuse or breaker.

What is the make and model number of the Aircon?

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@brokenxrecordsx ,

So is it the Aircon when turned on that is causing the fans to go noisy or the hot water system?

Assuming it is the Aircon is it on a separate fuse or circuit breaker to the lights or wall outlets?

Normally Aircon units have a 25A breaker as opposed to the wall outlets having 16A and the lights 8A. At least where I am anyway. The Aircon fuse rating should be shown on the compliance plate of the unit.

It may be that if the Aircon is on the same power circuit as the fans it is dragging the supply down causing the fans to not operate correctly.

If possible check the premises's fuse box to see if the AC is a separate fuse or breaker.

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