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Solahart L Series

Solahart L Series (page 4 of 4)

2.5 from 64 reviews · View Statistics


  • Build Quality
    3.5 (2)
  • Value for Money
    3.0 (2)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    5.0 (1)
  • Noise Level
    5.0 (1)
  • Temperature Consistency
    4.0 (2)
  • Heating Speed
    3.5 (2)



Generally happy but we may look at other brands when we need to replace this one on advice of our plumber.He seems to think that the price of new units outstrips Sola-Harts reputation
Had a 300l system installed around 12 years now. Last year had leaking valves replaced- cost $600ish. Our system faces dead north and with only 2 users runs far too hot in summer so we cover the RHS collector with shade cloth in warm months(Perth,W.A.).One of the co-developers of the system installed it and told us to do this(prolongs system life he added) ,although a S/H tech seemed a bit evasive on this subject even when pushed about it???
They are a costly item ,but we have recovered costs I suppose.


kookakjSawtell, NSW

  • 19 reviews


1 comment
Bossy Ross
Bossy Ross

Did you bother to replace the anode at five years ? If you did not that is the reason why . Read the owners manual



  • 7 reviews



They have less pressure than any normal hot water system because the water pressure can only be a maximum of 500kpa. and if there is no pressure limiting valve "PLV" it can void the warranty
Rheem own solarhart so you get a great service if there are any issues
No colour range

Bossy Ross
Bossy Ross

Sorry but your facts are wrong. Solahart hot water systems are full mains pressure. If you have low pressure it is not the Solahart it is more likely the heat tempering valve which is not part of the Solahart systems

Bossy Ross
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MartieQLD, 4510

  • 47 reviews



We have been using Solahart 300L system for the last 8 years. In that time we only had one problem with one of the valves on the roof (valve cost approx $100 and it took only a few minutes to replace). The electric booster is switched off all the time and only get switched on when we have long periods of rain. This year so far the cost of electricity for the booster (separate meter and cheaper tariff) was under $10. But I have to admit we are well situated: north of Brisbane and the system is directly facing the north. I cannot say if it paid for it self yet, as it was part of our new house.
Saves energy and money, very hot water
nothing yet

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Ritchie Border

Ritchie Borderasked

How much does it cost to replace the anode also the hot water release valve

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Sydney T.

Sydney T.asked

how much is it to buy a heating booster element for a 300LJ system?
i assume they are about 3.6kW?

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Glenn M.

Glenn M.asked

Dear Sir
I have owned my solahart l series for 4 1/2 years and will require service shortly.
The question is what parts are included free in the $350 SERVICE cost. Eg cathode , tempering valve, filters any oyher valves

Glenn McGrath

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Fired Up
Fired Up

The question is best directed to the company as this is a review site

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CategorySolar Water Heaters
Release dateAug 2007
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