Kenmore Water heater problems


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Old 01-30-08, 02:06 PM
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Kenmore Water heater problems

Hey guys, I'm having a leak with my Kenmore Power Miser Electric Water heater at the drain valve.

I would like to replace the drain valve (plastic) with a non-factory metal one, any ideas what size I would need so I can go to home depot?

Could I just cap it instead to stop the leak?

any help would be deeply appreciated

Thanks in advance!

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Old 01-30-08, 03:12 PM
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If you mean that the drain valve is what you cant shut off. They have a cap like that will screw on the hose end outlet of it. Or for a new one ask around for a boiler drain C**k 3/4"

 
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Of course you will have to shut down the water heater, and drain it, but the big box stores sell replacement metal spigots. But if it is just dripping from the opening, I'd likewise cap it.
 
 

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