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Troubleshooting Guide for Defective Water Heaters

3 thoughts on “Troubleshooting Guide for Defective Water Heaters

Finding the source of the problem is the first and often the most important step. Once you’ve found the problem, it’s just a question of replacing, repairing, or contacting the right professional. Working with gas can be dangerous if you’re not careful, so it may be best to contact a professional if work needs doing.

My showers never stay a a consistent temperature, so I have to keep adjusting the hot and cold every couple minutes. I should check the gas supply like you suggested, because that might be causing the problem. If that isn’t it, then I will just call a plumber to finally get my water heater fixed.

I have had some difficulty understanding and maintaining my own water heater. This is an appliance that you don’t realize is essential to your home until it is defective! For this reason I greatly appreciate your detailed information on how these work and what you need to know about them. It is also nice to officially know the difference between and electrical and a gas heater. Thank you for such an informative article!

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