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  1. This is from a old post : Flushing will seldom stop the noise because it is often caused by "nodes" that have built up on the center flue pipe. The nodes allow water in, and then the hot flue gases heat it to the point it becomes steam and is forced out of the node where it condenses upon contact with the water and creates a mini-explosion as the excess eneregy is expended <--- I have this problem with my water heater. Do I need to replace it because of this? Thanks Alain M.
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