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Old 06-06-2020, 04:30 PM   #1
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Hot Water Drain

Hey guys .... all of a sudden I've got hot water coming out of a drain just behind the hydro hot when I pressurize the water system (either city or from the tank)
Any ideas ????
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My guess is one of the fittings failed. Had same thing happen to ours and replaced all the PEX fittings and lines.

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My coach simply blew out the valve at a T in the piping above that drain. Never used that valve, but those plastic pex fittings just grow weary after so many years.

Caused me to replace all that tubing on the backside of the Hydro, and to add a couple more ball valves so each portion could be turned off as needed in the future. $200 for all the pieces in Sharkbite from Lowe's.
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Dropped a post on the Hydronic Heater forum >>>> Roger, the Hydro Hot guru answered back within an hour ... advising my Pressure Control Valve is probably shot. Ordered one from him. Should have it in a couple of days and will update after install.
thx everyone or your thoughts on the matter !!!!
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Dropped a post on the Hydronic Heater forum >>>> Roger, the Hydro Hot guru answered back within an hour ... advising my Pressure Control Valve is probably shot. Ordered one from him. Should have it in a couple of days and will update after install.
thx everyone or your thoughts on the matter !!!!
roger is the best has a lot of patience with my questions
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Dropped a post on the Hydronic Heater forum >>>> Roger, the Hydro Hot guru answered back within an hour ... advising my Pressure Control Valve is probably shot. Ordered one from him. Should have it in a couple of days and will update after install.
thx everyone or your thoughts on the matter !!!!
Hmmm, it does matter which of the two drains under there are leaking! Yours must have been the forward one...mine was the rearward one right under a control valve at a T.

Sure love to hear that problems are solved! Good work!
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