Tip & How-To about Plumbing
Step one removal of the old one start's with turning the power source and water off to the water heater.
Once power and water is off connect a water hose to the drain on bottom of water heater to start draining. Open the drain and the hot side to a faucet to help water drain quicker.
Once drained and new heater their to go back in. Remove old one and reinstall new one.
Connect wires and water lines to new heater and turn water on first to heater once everything is connected.
Let water run til you get all the air out of tank and water running from hot side on all faucet's throughout house before turning power on to heater.
Once all air is out of tank and water flowing from all faucet's you can turn power on to new heater and about 30 to 40 minutes you should have hot water.
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