Yes. I would. If you are replacing the hot water lines, it is also a good time to drain the hot water heater and get rid of all the junk at the bottom of the hot water heater. That should be done once a year. Your hot water heater must be off when you do that, your hot water heater should be off when you drain your hot water heater. You will see boiler scale come out of your water heater. Leaving the boiler scale in your water heater makes it less efficient. It makes it harder to heat your water. It is the same as throwing money down the drain. If you want to give your money away, you should give it to the Salvation Army instead of the Utility Company.
You need to get a specified bathroom heater for it to be considered safe.
Yes. With a water heater timer I believe you can extend the life of your water heater, reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. Some timers go so far as letting you choose the times when you most need hot water like in the morning and evening. Instead of heating water all day when you arent home or using hot water you can set the timer to come on an hour before youre home and go off when you are done for the morning or evening. This doesnt mean you are without hot water. Hot water will be stored for intermittent uses between timer settings. Some models can save you up to 30% or more on monthly hot water energy costs even. There are several companies that manufacture water heater timers for both gas and electric water heaters.
I believe that the larger the hot water tank, the greater is the need for an expansion tank. Water expands as it is heated. This is why all hydronic heating systems require an expansion tank. A water heater would need expansion tank when a backflow preventer or check valve is installed in domestic cold water line directly after water meter. Some areas require backflow prevention, but not all. Have to check with local plumbing authority about that.
I guess you have a heatpump or you would not be asking this. You need a set of freon pressure guages and the heater specs. Now you learn what the pressure lines are suppossed to be doing at the temperatures inside and outside and adjust the freon accordingly.
Given that you are not changing the fluid in your water heater, and your heating source is 100% efficient, and you are paying a constant rate for your heating source, then turn off your water heater. Reason: The water in your water heater will always try to return to room temperature. The rate it returns to the room temperature is governed by the insulation around the water heater and the difference in temperature between your set point and the room temperature. So to keep the water heated to the set temperature, it requires adding the heat that passes through the insulation over time. If your water cools some amount, lets say 10 degrees, there exists a smaller temperature difference between the water temperature and the room temperature, and the cooling rate slows. This is why there is savings if you turn down your room temperature in the winter, or the water temperature.
You will need to remove the water lines from your heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
you need to replace your heater core.
You will need to remove the anti-freeze from your 1997 Chevrolet Venture cooling system. Remove the water lines from the heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
According to DIY on Hot Water Promblems if theres not enough water then you hit the reset button. If the water is too hot then change the temperature and reset. If you have a leaky heater then you need to replace the valve. If you have a rusty tank then you need to replace the water heater. If you have a noisy heater then you need to drain and flush the tank. If you have dirty water then drain and flush the tank and do it on a regular basis.
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Yes, they cannot or should not ever be repaired=Have a licensed INSURED plumber Replace it=
All countries have rules and regulations, only a qualified plumber may install, replace, maintain a hot water heater. Therefore the permit required would be the plumbers qualification
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It depends on what is broken on your water heater, as to how much it would cost to fix it. It might actually need to be replaced and be more cost effective to replace it.
You can try forcing water through it with a garden hose. If that does not work you will need to replace it.
your heater core is going out, you need to replace it before it ruptures.