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LittleBuilder
Mineral Deposits in Water Heaters
LittleBuilder

Greetings,
I have two water heaters. A Whirlpool that I installed in 2011 and a GE "Smart Water" that I installed in 2006.
I flush them every 4 to 6 months. I get almost nothing at all from the GE, but I get LOTS od stuff out of the Whirlpool. Any idea why there is such a difference between the two?

Peace,
Mike G.

bill
Re: Mineral Deposits in Water Heaters
bill

It could be the temperature setting, the hotter the setting the more minerals.

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