Question about Water Heaters
I had a similar problem in an apartment some years ago. You could turn on the COLD water side and HOT water would come out for a brief period, then go cold as expected. Sometimes it would be extremely hot. I think I measured it at over 100 degrees F once.
Only thing I could think of what that the cold water pipes and hot water pipes were touching somewhere and the heat was being transferred and heating up the cold lines.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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