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Old 10-14-2004, 03:50 PM   #1
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I seem to have a problem with the hot and cold water mixing . I can't seem to find a spot on the controll that will give me just hot H2O is this an anti scalled thing or is something plumbed wrong? Shower OK just seems to be kitchen sink. Thanks. Scotty.
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I seem to have a problem with the hot and cold water mixing . I can't seem to find a spot on the controll that will give me just hot H2O is this an anti scalled thing or is something plumbed wrong? Shower OK just seems to be kitchen sink. Thanks. Scotty.
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Check your "winterizing" bypass valves. Make sure they are set correctly. It took me a week to get the pattern right. Then I marked them all for future reference.
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I never thought of that! And just in time to winterize again. I will study my plumbing as I do it this year. Thanx for the tip. Scotty.
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