Question about Emerson Part UWL Chrome Ultrasystem water heater...
My Hot Water Is Too Hot! How Can I Repair It?
MY WATER HEATER MAKES SO MUCH NOISE IT SOUNDS LIKE THERE ARE ROCKS IN THE TANK
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
If steam or excessively hot water shoots out of faucets, or you hear boilding sounds inside the hot water heater, the appliance may not be shutting off at its set temperature. The job of the temperature- pressure (TP) relief valve is to release excessive pressure from steam buildup, but this valve may have been improperly installed, or it may be faulty. Either way, this condition can be dangerous, both because hot water and steam can scald people and because enough pressure could build up to rupture the water heater. Immediately turn down the water heater’s temperature setting and allow the water to cool.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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