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They would reduce or disappear after we let it run for a while. But there would be some again next time we use the butler.
I would suspect you have a water heater that got installed without dielectric unions between all connections (Hot, Cold, and Drain, if there's a hot water recirc. system) and the building piping. OR that you have a combination of copper and galvanized piping that's missing a dielectric union at each change from galvanized to copper and back.
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