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Old 03-28-2021, 04:10 PM   #4
TxTig
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Model: Challenger LX
State: Arkansas
Posts: 191
THOR #6651
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Originally Posted by wrapped View Post
Water heater check valve blocked with calcium chunks possibly. Maybe drain water heater remove pressure relief valve pour 4/5 gallons of vinegar and 4/5 gallons water through opening let sit 4or 5 hrs then drain,see if chunks come out.


Iím thinking youíre right about the calcium chunks. I removed an access panel inside of one of my cabinets to gain access to the back side of the water heater. I was handling the pex piping and other hoses to try to figure out how the heater was plumbed. I was about to give up, but then tried running the hot water in the kitchen again and all of a sudden I had hot water again. The only thing I can figure out is that moving/jiggling the plumbing lines must have dislodged the clog.

Anyway, weíre back in business. Thanks for the replies.
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