Just like any other piece of equipment, a solar panel can fail and that could mean that your system is not working as efficiently as it should and in some cases, it can mean that your system is not working at all.
If you believe that your solar panel has failed then the first thing you should do is refrain from looking at the system yourself. If you start to remove parts or replace parts then you could cause further damage or you could even cause your warranty to become void.
To begin with, it is worth identifying whether the system is displaying an error message on the inverter and if so, you should make a note of this as it will help further down the line. Your solar panel might have become damaged from the weather, it might have become excessively dirty or parts might have completely failed. Whatever the reason, you should always consider calling on professional help.
This is because your chosen professional service will have experience in identifying the cause of the problem through a number of methods. Whether it is cosmetic damage or internal damage, they will have the expertise and experience that will enable them to do all that they need to do to make things right. So, if a part needs replacing, they will have the correct tools and knowledge to work on the system ensuring that they rectify the problem while ensuring that your warranty remains in place.
Solar panels are an integral part of the system and that means that it is vital that you leave any repair work to a professional service. There are risks that come with attempting to carry out repairs yourself and any further damage caused could result in excessive repair costs or maybe even the installation of a new system. So, if your solar panel fails, then you should seek expert helps as soon as possible.