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Old 04-29-2016, 09:58 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by ramblinboy View Post
Generally it looks like a small smount of pink AF causes quite a reaction.
Cold lines run clear but hot only still foams. Will diminish over time.
Still in storage so not a true reflection of regular use.
Next year no pink will be allowed I sometimes let a little in as safety but no more.
So you purposely added RV anti-freeze to the water heater. That's the source of your "pink foam".

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Old 04-29-2016, 10:24 PM   #16
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One of three issues are at work here. You said you put a little anti freeze into the hw tank so that could be the issue. Second it could be the one way valve on the output of the hot water tank letting pink back into the water heater or number 3, you didnt flush the pink out of the hot water lines before turning the bypass valve back to normal operation. Make sure you check these three things and you wont have a problem. The one way valves on the output of the tank tend to go bad kind of often. I remove mine in the summer and it not only solves the low hot water flow problem but also keeps the shower water from reverting to cold when you use the shut off on the shower head. Just remember to put it back in when you winterize.

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