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Old 09-19-2019, 07:50 AM   #1
tlist809
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Water heater bypass valve leaking

How reliable are the water heater bypass valves? I have a 2018 Laredo 225MK and the bypass valve is leaking. At the dealer to get it repaired/replaced under warranty. Is this something I should keep on hand or replace on a scheduled interval?


I also have a leak with the black tank flush they are supposed to fix.
Is it worth having the BT flush as opposed to using a wand in the toilet?


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Old 09-20-2019, 10:43 AM   #2
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I had a T connection go bad and I think it was the heat bypass (under the sink). I bought a Brass PEX push to connect and it was fixed in minutes(get a pvc cutter). You will want to turn water off and drain the water heater first. I almost went ahead and replaced all the clamped plastic connections but decided not to fix what wasn't broke. I discovered it when I saw a drip under the center of the trailer.
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