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Your water heater pipes may be clogged - if your water heater is more than 7 years old you may need to replace it. Visually inspect your water heater to see if there's any visible rust near the bottom or a slow leak. If you are on a well as opposed to city water, Rust is probably your culprit. If it's electric, remove the covers and check out the elements there - there should be a small amount of rust visible if the heater is old. Gas units are very different in construction, and changing a water heater is not exactly an easy job - I would suggest calling in a Plumber to change it, as most states require a licensed plumber to execute this type of job, and many cities require permits for this to be done too.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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