DIY Water Heater repair. When simple things go wrong

Just because one is not aware of the dangers, that does not mean they aren't real or do not exist.
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Nah! It can't be true. Nobody ever gets hurt playing around with their HVAC equipment. It's gotta be made up. After all, it'isn't rocket science, plus all techs are monkeys, right? LOL!!
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Respectfully, Bob

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all need to hire professional drivers?
If you truly cared about the physical well-being of homeowners rather than your own thin wallet, you would give constructive advice helping homeowners appreciate the boundaries of what is a DIY project and what is truly dangerous. Saying a blanket "call a tech" for every problem and every homeowner is just not credible or realistic.
But the unprofessionals on this group would rather send a 100 posts cursing out someone rather than giving even an occassional helpful pointer.
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