Question about General Electric Water Heaters
That sounds like the TP valve is leaking.
1) Leaking TP valve can be caused by defective TP valve
How to replace TP valve:
2) TP valve can also be caused by overheated tank.
Turn down thermostat.
Install expansion tank on incoming cold water line.
Electric heater: thermostat or element may be bad and tank needs troubleshooting
Gas heater: thermostat is connected to gas valve and gas valve may need replacement.
3) First step is replace TP valve and see if that solves problem.
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