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It came with instructions...

Richard Moore

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...and 15 years later they're still just laying there. Exactly as I found it. Sometimes you just have to chuckle.

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This first-replacement heater was tucked away in the dead end of a pantry, the original TPR discharge line hard-plumbed to the exterior through the wall, out of reach behind the tank. I can't quite figure out how the home-owner disconnected the first TPR without damaging the threads. Well, OK, I can, but it first involves a wrench on the valve while someone else unscrews the TPR by spinning the whole (empty?) tank in place. ???

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