There is a leak in my water heater: what can be the cause?

There is a leak in my water heater: what can be the cause?

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Answer: a leak from the hot water tank or the safety group, too high a water pressure or a seal that is no longer waterproof.

If your water heater is leaking, there may be several possible causes. If the leak comes from the hot water tank, it means that it is pierced, there is no choice but to change it. Fortunately, the most common leaks are less serious than that. The most common case is the leak at the security group. While heating, this is completely normal, there is no need to worry. If the leak continues after heating, it is caused by too much water pressure, then a pressure reducer must be installed. If the leak is continuous, it is time to replace the safety group. Sometimes, some leaks can come from the connections, a sign that the seals are no longer tight and that they must be renewed. You too, send us your brico question


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