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    Replaced the PRV and everything appears to be...

    Replaced the PRV and everything appears to be fine now. A friend of mine says he has lived in his house now for 20 years and he is on his third PRV. I didn't know they went bad very often.
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    I connected a water pressure gauge inside the...

    I connected a water pressure gauge inside the house and it read 107 psi. Whoa! Turned the water pressure down on the PRV to the point where the water barely ran. With the water running it read 10...
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    I would like to think everyone for their well...

    I would like to think everyone for their well thought out and knowledgeable comments. This water heater problem is actually my neighbors. She is 88 years old and lives by herself and her close...
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    I don't know what the pressure is now but i...

    I don't know what the pressure is now but i turned the pressure reducing valve down to the point where the water barely ran in the house to see if that would help. The pressure relief valve still...
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    I don't have a thermal expansion tank but I may...

    I don't have a thermal expansion tank but I may have to consider one if it doesn't stop leaking.
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    Pressure Relief Valves Won't Stop Leaking

    I Recently replaced my hot water heater with exact same model as I had before. However after I installed the new water heater the pressure relief valve began to leak. Both water heaters are table...
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