|Posted by hj on January 23, 2004 at 23:04:16:|
|In response to Re: Water to house off, water heater pilot/gas on/off?|
People do not realize how hard it is to drain a water heater when you want to, much less by accident.
: Thanks HJ, just wasn't sure. I did leave it alone, wisely so.
: : Leave it alone. Nothing will happen to it in that short period. Now if it was to be off for a month or two, then you would turn the gas off.
: : : Just had to have the main water line to the house turned off, pipe broke underneath. Repair can't get here until about noon or so tomorrow (@12 hours from now). Do I need to turn off the gas and extinguish the pilot light to the water heater or is it okay to leave on until repairs made? Don't have a clue.
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