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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Cold Water extremely slow to fill. Had same

sounds like both valves r faulty .try cleaning inlet hose filters and if that doest work must b valves. buy and change cold first to save u money,if u dont use warm often.please reply 4 more help.p/s turn off power b4 working on unit dont want any acciedents.

Posted on Apr 09, 2010

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SOURCE: when drawing hot water,it keeps going hot and

must be a self tempering valve gone bad or fill tube in water heater broken.water goes into water heater then goes about 3/4 s of the way down threw a plastic pipe,if that pipe was hanging loose,it could go hot then luke warm.is this only happening on one faucet?if so,forget heater,and change cartridge in faucet.go to local home center and get one, it will have instructions on how to take appart

Posted on Jan 12, 2011

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SOURCE: only warm, not hot water from our tap unless I

Warm water indicates a element is probally in need of replacement. For warm water only more than likely the top element is bad. If you get a burst of hot water for a little while then your bottom one is probally gone bad. Best to replace both elements when changing one out due to not being to exspensive and you have to drain it down anyway.

To change out shut water of and turn power of to water heater open hot side on a faucet to allow heater to drain down so you can change out element.

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