Question about Water Heaters
Look at the piping to each fixture. If they are flexible lines you can easily swap them after turning off the water supply. The fixtures themselves are the same so that is not a problem. You can choose to make the swap at the shut-off valves or at the fixture which ever is most convenient. If the lines are the solid copper type you can bend them around to do the job if they are not to short. If line length is a problem I recommend replacing one or both with the flexible type from Home depot or wherever. The type that looks like braided stainless steel is best. Rubber hoses will end up making your water taste funny.
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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