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It is possibly coming from the heat exchanger. Most heaters have a copper tube style exchanger, capped at each end by plastic or metal headers. If the tubing has been subjected to any corrosive water condition such as low PH, low calcium hardness or very high cyanuric acid levels, the tubing may have deteriorated and is leaking. You may have dismantle the heater further and check for leaking.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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