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Great, the diagram helps clarify. I posted the last comment just before that came up.
That's good to know. I can't say that I understand everything that you said, but most makes sense. I believe there are 2 spare spots on my panel, so that
check out my diagram. maybe you'll get the idea I'm trying to get across.
romex wiring is ok but around a heating appliance I'd rather install
no need to shut off power to the whole house!
run a length of 12/2 romex with ground to the furnace. install a local shut off switch in a 4x4x
that fitting isn't a valve. looks to me to be a "sharkbite" tubing fitting. the cold water inlet to the heater screws into a steel or cast
I don't know. Maybe I said the wrong thing. Here are some pics.
Figured as much, at least common sense would say so. Apparently the person who lived here before me didn't have too much of it. Alright then, I guess
I looked into the 636 piping system.
it is pvc and cpvc - poly vinyl chloride - the white stuff with a high operating temperature of 90 degrees
since the discoloration is mildew, not mold, I'd opt to spraying it with clorox bleach.
rust on water heater valves? are you sure? most valves or rather all valves are red bronze or red brass valves. I don't know where he's coming up with
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