Question about Rheem Water Heaters
Shut the gas off, remove all three lines off the bottom of the control box and pull them out of the control box. then you should be able to remove the whole burner assembly. if it's sealed combustion unit you will have to remove 4 nuts around the faceplate to get the burner and flash guard out. then get your new thermocouple and throw it on and put it all back together. just hand tight on the lines going into the control box you dont need to kill it. and walla your all done!
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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