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We need more information, if we are to walk thru this problem to its solution-- so I have to ask a few questions:
1.) Any Water Softener in the system?
2.) If your water is 'hard'-- (meaning too many minerals, like Calcium)- the Hot water heater will cause the minerals to settle out, just due to the heating. This causes sediment to settle in the bottom of the HW tank-- And it sounds like you are getting this settling-out condition-- right?
3.) Are you on Well water?-- If city water-- are your neighbors using water softeners to reduce the 'hardness' of the water in your home?
Tell me more-- let's see if we can walk thru your Hot Water system, and see what it at the root cause of the minerals settling out. Mack B

Posted on Oct 16, 2013

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