Question about Kitchen Ranges
It is more than likely the sound of the regulator on the tank,for the gas,you can replace the regulator,or buy another gas water heater,but the regulator is the most likely cause,if the water heater is a 30 gallon tank,then it may be just as affordable to replace it,and easier,and killing two birds with one stone,the heater may be getting some age,and other things could give a problem later,but the cost of the regulator would be cheaper,you will more than likely have to order the part.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
The sound you are hearing is the most likely the heating elements, they are old and building up resistance more than they should.
Six years old...and not drained for 3 years...I would recommend looking for a new heater.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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