Question about Water Heaters
In order for the air to escape from the empty tank, which is displaced by the incoming water, you must open a hot water spigot somewhere in your plumbing system. Really doesn't matter which one, although I often look for the one most distant from the water heater to be sure that all the air is out of the lines as the water heater.
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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