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Discussion in 'RD's Lounge' started by The Prisoner, Sep 13, 2019.
Flooded my godamn laundry room.
Oh boy, what fun.
When the new one gets installed make sure it has a pan under it, With a connected drain line
Good thing you weren’t home for a weekend
Looks like it happened before. Someone put a piece of wood on top of the box.
I replace mine every 6 to 8 years. Seen too many leak. Along with the expansion tank.
It's worth the $400 for peace of mind
It’s a happy buy a new gun day for me!
I would recommend a blower to dry it out but Havasu. Just open the garage door and windows and it will be dry in 30 minutes or so.
Damn, that sucks. It's been a good day for me thus far, half-day and payday!!!
Fuck you Ben Franklin plumbing. I took old one out and they wanted $659 just to install it. Blow me Ben I may live in kingman. Wasn’t born here
Where your pan stan?
Water heater failed in Vegas. I tried the home depot and Lowes installation. $1200 and $1500.
Made a road trip to vegas and got to see my daughter and picked up a 50 gal heater for $600 and an hour later it was done
Then I find out vegas requires a permit
f that. Done and gone.
Just walked out my garage door and heard my old dog coming out . Turn to tell him to stay and caught the corner of the door. Closed my eye just in time.
So this afternoon, it's already f****** hot, I show up at our trailer storage to grab a trailer for one of my job sites
Some tweaker with his beater truck blocked our space and was nowhere to be found
I handled it
Not sure if it’s gonna blow sky high but put the fucker in myself
You should of changed the gas line too, for peace of mind, but good job!
If u don't want it to flood your laundry room next time, put a pan with an exterior drain in it
Fuk ya, drag that thing to the red zone facing the wrong way.
I mean it could use a strap.
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That's doing Midget style right there
Code requires two straps. But good job. Oh, and fuck the permit that is just as much as the water heater.
And Good job Mr Prisoner, I was hoping you would handle it.
Did you connect the T&P valve or leave it as last pic? Looks like it might connect to the copper flex line in pic.