Hot Water Heaters : How to Troubleshoot the Pilot in a Hot Water Heater

Hot Water Heaters : How to Troubleshoot the Pilot in a Hot Water Heater

One of the most common problems with a gas water heater is the pilot light going out, as this can result in only cold water coming through. Discover how the pilot light lies within an outer and inner cover with help from a master plumber and heating specialist in this free video on hot water heaters.

Expert: Chris Spannagel
Bio: Chris Spannagel has been a master plumber for 17 years and is licensed in Arizona.
Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

Series Description: Keeping a hot water heater in good working condition is the best way to keep warm water. Discover how old water heater valves will use more water than newer ones and more with help from a master plumber and heating specialist in this free video series on electric heaters.

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What You Need:
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Sheet Metal Screws: http://goo.gl/2AO4Z
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