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Why fix something that ain"t broke?

Posted by Joe P. on October 7th, 2000 07:30 PM

I don't understand why you want to replace this valve. If your plumber thought it important wy didn't he replace it on instalation? I dought that Ruud puts out bad valves.
Replacement should be of the same as orignal equipement.
If you really have to do this go with brass.
Shut the gas off before you drain your tank and wait until you fill it completely before you gas on and relight.
Your plumber should have his valve check.
Good luk

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