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Old 01-06-2011, 10:36 AM   #1
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Wink Helpfull hint

The weather forcast is predicting 19 degrees here in Dallas next week. I went out to drain the water from my fresh water tank and my water heater. The plug on the waterheater is located behind the gas line to the furnace and makes it difficult to unscrew. The plug has a 7/8" head and a regular 7/8" open end wrench doesn't work well because of the flange from the furnace. Now this hint is for those of you that use the BALL roto chocks. The wrench used for the chocks has one end 3/4", which works great on the chocks and the other end is 7/8". Both ends are racheted. The 7/8" end works great on the waterheater plug. This helpfull hint is free. No need to pay me ten cents like some other peple ask for, lol.
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Thanks for the hint Steve, you keep it up and maybe we can add another campfire for you.
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