Question about Water Heaters
2 things to check one to make sure you are not picking air from tank dis-connect the inlet side only of the feed and rig you a hose or copper tubing inserted into a gallon can or bucket full of oil , try to run off this must bleed as before if it does pulling air from tank , if not and while bleeding you get the same on load sound from the motor then check this , between the motor and the pump there is what is called a boot coupling that transfers power from the motor to the pump most of these are rubber and with time and heat will sometime allow the drive in the ends to rotate internally cheap part usually $9 before replacing hold the old one against the new mark and cut the exact length as the old one , match the end you need with the same end that come off old one as these kits come various parts for different hookups , also a leak in the line will also cause same symptoms ck as much of the line as possible for damage , try these and get back with results and if no fix will try to assist further
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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