Question about Water Heaters
Occasionally when I turn on my hot water faucet it sounds like air is hissing at me and the water is spitting out. My water is from a well and the holding tank is underneath the house. It just does this on occasion, what could cause this.
It sounds like you are getting air in the system. Generally the only way this would happen is if the pump is sucking air. The water level may be very low in the well. This is of concern also because the pump is water lubricated (if it is a submersable) and will sustain damge quickly if run dry.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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