If it is under warranty, now is the time to take advantage of it. If it
is not, then it is time for a new tank. Fixing that leak is almost certain
to end up with a new leak shortly.
There is ONE exception to that rule. If the "leak" is coming from the
pressure release valve, then the valve may need to be replaced or there may
be a problem caused the a bad or missing expansion tank.
You don't know the grammatical difference between the words, "your" and
"you're" and you are giving such advice?
And only a couple of days after the original post.
Clueless, but priceless, none the less.
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