|Posted by More on May 24, 2002 at 22:10:29:|
|In response to Re: whistling hot water heater|
The hot water heater is a pressure cooker which at all times contains the heated water under pressure, until a leak develops. The whistle indicates a leak, which will violently explode possibly scalding someone nearby. Its broken. Tell him to get it fixed, or you'll call the Department of Health.
: our 40 gallon bradford hot water heater is whistling, our landlord said not to worry, should we ?
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