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  1. #1
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    New water heater

    Swapped out OA Smith for a Bradford White. I know the water piping is not ideal and the flow thru both heaters wont be identical because the piping is not the same. Soon enough the botton will fall out of the one on the right and the flow thru both will be equal when its replaced. Customer specified the Model they wanted.

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    what are they serving and whats with the clear hose on the floor?
    i would have replaced them both at the same time if it was my place

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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    what are they serving and whats with the clear hose on the floor?
    i would have replaced them both at the same time if it was my place
    Serving a large clinic. The hose is a condensate drain line.

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    How does the water know which way to flow with no arrows? Looks good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by servicefitter View Post
    How does the water know which way to flow with no arrows? Looks good!
    I was also the insulator. I will get some pipe markers for next job lol.

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    the better marked they are the more someone who should not be messing with it will try to adjust to make it better

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