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Question DetailsAsked on 6/29/2012

My water heater was leaking and now seems to have stopped what should I do?

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If floor is concrete and not subject to water damage I would not be concerned. Seems like most small leaks on fittings of hot water heater self seal when the lime plugs the leakage. I once put a cap on a leaky drain valve and got an extra 6 years of use from, yep, a leaky water heater,, So Bon Chance

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Answered 8 years ago by jccasper




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