Question about Water Heaters
Posted by Anonymous on
T&P valves are designed to release with excess pressure or high temps. But it is not uncommon to get a faulty one. If that is the case, it is fairly easy to replace. If the water heater is new, the vender where you purchased it may be willing to give you a new t&p. Otherwise they are usualy around $10 to $15. Hope this helps.
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