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  1. I've got a pressure reducing valve and the...

    I've got a pressure reducing valve and the pressure is set at 59 psi (check it often) The pressure will slightly increase while the hot water heater is running (after someone takes a shower). I...
  2. Air temperature affecting expansion tank air psi

    I've got an expansion tank in my attic near the hot water heater and the air psi in the expansion tank can vary 5 or 6 psi depending on the air temperature in the attic. I live in Texas where it...
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    Amateur splicing in new PVC

    I've got a small leak in my 1" PVC main line in my yard. The leak is at a T, and one line is coming from a PRV. That line is attached to the PRV with a union, and the other two lines attached to...
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    Thank you very much. I appreciate the help.

    Thank you very much. I appreciate the help.
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    Pressure Reducing Valve concern

    I recently had a pressure reducing valve installed to fix our 105 psi static pressure. We also had an expansion tank installed, and it is the appropriate size for our two hot water heaters. I...
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