I drained the following water from my hot water heater.
It separates quickly with the clear water on top.
So exactly what is the ugly heavy goo on the bottom?
And in the same category are the telephone customer service people who
always ask, "Can you spell your name?". I get my jollies by just
answering, "Yes", and then wait through a period of silence while the
person on the other end figures it out. (Sometimes wouldja believe, they
I used to reply, "Yes, and I can tie my own shoes too, and next year
mommy is going to let me cross the street by myself.", but that got sort
Not sure what you are really asking. As Mr. Pawlonski says it looks like
water heater glop. If you are requesting a chemical analysis you won't get
it by submitting a picture.
And in answer to the vital question of the day one heats hot water when
one wants hotter water. Now that this is answered let's all move along.
: > Sherman,
: > Not sure what you are really asking. As Mr. Pawlonski says
: > water heater glop. If you are requesting a chemical analysis
you won't get
: > it by submitting a picture.
: > And in answer to the vital question of the day one heats
hot water when
: > one wants hotter water. Now that this is answered let's all
: > Dave M.
: So we all agree that from now on they are to be referred to as
: hotter's" ?
But, aren't they "hot", "water heaters"?
Sorry guys, but I know for a fact that "hot water heaters" exist - I have
one. You see, I've got 2 water heaters plumbed in series. That makes the
first one just a water heater and the second one a hot water heater, right?
The real genius is the location: Two 50 gal heaters in the attic right next
to each other. What's that weigh, 800 lbs or so? Sure will be exciting if
one ever springs a leak! ;(
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