Question about Water Heaters
The unit is a completly sealed unit. which uses combustion air from the outside & exausts to the outside. check for leaks on the exaust pipe with soapy water while running. if you see bubbles , theres the leak. if not, the exaut may be getting sucked back into the house through a window or other opening to close to the exaust.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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