Question about Water Heaters
The high eff. water heaters have check balls in them to keep the water from thermosiphoning and running your usage up.... this also cuts the pressure down because of the small passageway...espec.. if you have a high volume faucet such as a whirpool tub would use...
Take the pipes off of the hot and cold water at the top of the heater and take the one de3vices out and you will have pressure again...
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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