Hi All, Just replaced a gas water heater with electric - short story of why convert to electric: 1. Gas in this area (Pensacola, FL) is very expensive compared to most areas 2. About $18 a month of overhead fees to maintain the access 3. Gas Water Heater is the only gas appliance (other than useless fireplace) 4. Electricity is more fairly priced here 5. Electric company paid for the new electric water heater I knew the gas heater had an oddly piped TPR pipe, but didn't "test" it until I installed the new heater - test in this case was simply leaving the vent open a bit too long during the initial water fill. The photo shows the story - the pipe runs into the wall just under the wood floor of the air handler so ya can't see were is goes from there. I believe it simply dumps into the area as the damp concrete shows just outside the wall ... Given this is an accurate assessment, would it pass code? (I could find no other examples of this) Thanks!