Question about General Electric Water Heaters
The clicking could be from thermal expansion or the thermostat turning off or on. Be sure it's a clicking sound and not a sizzling noise. Sizzling noises are caused by loose wires or burning contacts, this is dangerous.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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