Question about Water Heaters
Every water heater has a thermostat. if it did't then the water would continue to heat until the pop off valve blew. not a good thing. The thermostat is usaully under the front panel and has a dial on it to change settings. Note that some newer water heaters have an electronic thermostat but still has adjustments.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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