|Posted by kurt on December 14, 2002 at 06:26:31:|
|In response to Re: Reliance 501 electric hot water heater|
: Unless it is leaking, there should be no reason to replace it. When it is not producing hot water, you may be using water faster than it can heat it. Have the heater tested for proper operation.
: : We have a water heater in our salon that recently has intermittently stopped producing hot water for hours at a time. It is approximately 5 years old. Is it time to replace it or is there a different alternative?
We have a Reliance 606 electric water heater. ever since installation, the water has had the smell of sulfer/rotten eggs. Does this have anything to do with our Water Softner? Or did we do something wrong on installation?
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