Question about Water Heaters
Frequently pressure goes down when we build it will last for few hours and then it goes down.
Regretfully you have a leak. It is the only reason to have repeated pressure drops. Now it could be something like the relief valve or a leak in the wall or ceiling. Since it sounds like you have no water damage on walls or ceiling start by looking around the boiler when it is firing. Then look for someone in the referal area at fixya.com to repair the issue. This is specialized work and should be done by someone trained in the field.
Good Luck, Phil
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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