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Sorry to even ask I know this was posted a long time ago but you are very knowledgeable on the subject
I am having a problem with a hot water heater being used as a storage tank. It was installed after a true storage tank failed. What is the correct way to plumb a hot water heater
being used as a storage tank
I have an old American Standard oil boiler with hot water coil. When I
purchased the house it fed into a true 50 gallon storage tank not a hot
water heater. The system always worked fine. I rented the house and storage
tank fell apart the tenant had a plumber install a hot water heater to be
used as a storage tank. I was out of town and was assured it was going to
be a true storage tank and not a hot water heater.
Well it is a hot water heater as ever since hot water runs out way to fast
it must be installed wrong.
I would really appreciate any advice. I have had 3 plumbers tell me I need
to replace coil or add an indirect hot water heater.