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Shut the pump down. Open the lid on the pump to allow into the system. This will drain the plumbing lines at the equipment. Drain water from heater by removing drain plugs(usually 3) Shut the gas valve off to the heater and undo the union that is usually after the valve(recommend gas fitter doing this and he should reattach any piping or rethread new cut pipe. Cut or disconnect water lines from and to the heater. Remove old heater Install new heater in location and reconnect water lines to appropriate side of the headers(water inlet and outlets for heater). Gasline reconnect via gas fitter. Light pilotand restart pump after filling with water and repriming
Posted on Jul 18, 2013
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