Water Heater In Basement Replacement Full Tutorial

Water Heater In Basement Replacement Full Tutorial

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Water heater in basement replacement. First turn water to water heater off and gas, drain old water heater with water hose are if there is a drain close by in the basement drain it there. As water heater is draining start remove and disconnecting water lines and gas lines also remove the flue pipe on top and lets also start getting the new water heater ready by connecting the gas drip leg , gas valve and the water dielectric unions install and ready to go. once water heater has finish draining remove and haul away the old water heater now that the old water heater is out of the way lets roll in the new water heater, now let’s start by connecting the water to the new water heater at top and once that’s done turn on the water and let it fill up and you start connecting the gas line and flue pipe. Now the every thing is connected and ready to go. one thing left to do lite the water heater. Water heater in basement install 8of 9
Hot Water Heater: In these videos you will see and learn a lot. Let me give you an idea what you can expect to see and learn in this videos. Hot Water Heater: Installing them in basements homes with out basement. The name brand of hot water heater that’s out the like Rheem, AOsmith, Bradfordwhite, State, Kenmore, Sears Power Miser 6. Power miser 9 and power miser 12, also Sears Rotoswirl, Tankless Hot Water heaters we don’t cover in these videos, You will see and learn connecting gas line to water heater, water line, Dielectric Unions and copper pipe connection, black iron pipe connection, brass cut of valve draining the hot water heater. Connect the gas flue pipe on to of water heater to chimney. Extras you will need to install these Hot Water heaters. Solder, Copper Cleaning brush ¾ and ½ Sand cloth, Flux past, pipe Joint compound or Teflon tape, Tools you will need Pipe wrench, Adjustable goose neck pliers, basin, Copper cutters, Gas Torch, water holes to drain tank, Some great brand name tools. Ridgid, Channel locks, Stanley, Craftsman’s





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