Question about Heating & Cooling
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi, any pressure relief valves i have ever worked on, can't be reset. They are there to release water pressure that builds to high. If they continue to leak if you have discharged it, you can tap on it to see if you can get it to seal, or just replace it if it continues to run or drip water.
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