|Posted by Hube on January 10, 2004 at 11:35:03:|
|In response to Re: It's all dip tubes, these days!|
: However, a "broken dip tube" is being blamed for just about every hot water heater problem these days, even though the defective ones were only used for a relatively short period of time. It may join the "plugged vent", or "air in the pipes" as the repair of choice as the first choice when they have a problem.
: : : Do a Google on "dip tube". You will find numerous links to explain the situation. A broken dip tube will cause VERY short supply of hot water.
I think the "broken dip tube" has finally surpassed the "bad thermostat" in the heat/cool trade
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