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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    Top notch work but whare is the gas shut off valve ?
    If you look on the last picture you can see the manifold just to the left of the plenum on the back wall




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    What is the bypass loop on the water heater? A thermostatic tempering valve?

    Job looks good


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    Quote Originally Posted by gravity View Post
    What is the bypass loop on the water heater? A thermostatic tempering valve?

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    Yes, it’s a thermostatic mixing valve. There are required in many cities here in Southwestern Ontario


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    Quote Originally Posted by JeremyEd View Post
    Yes, it’s a thermostatic mixing valve. There are required in many cities here in Southwestern Ontario


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    It's the only thing it can be without it being a violation of the code, sub section "direct cross-overs".

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    I see it they wont let us use that flex copper pipeing whare iam and the shut off even though youres is on the wall has to have one at the unit as well.

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    i have to ask did you clean off all the hand prints off that nice tin work you did

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