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Old 11-27-2017, 05:34 PM   #1
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Winterizing a T3250

How do i access the bypass valves for the water heater? I can not access them from under the sink or under the stove. First time winterizing, and i am stuck. Thanks.
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Old 11-27-2017, 05:38 PM   #2
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There should be a panel that you have to remove screws from.
It should be relatively opposite to the WH outside hatch.
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There should be a panel that you have to remove screws from.
It should be relatively opposite to the WH outside hatch.


Thanks. I can not find any with screws. Lots of staples holding things on.
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It looks like it is under your sink but back towards the wall. Not a good place. Get an air blow out plug, hook a compressor to it and open your low point drains. It's what I do.
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It looks like it is under your sink but back towards the wall. Not a good place. Get an air blow out plug, hook a compressor to it and open your low point drains. It's what I do.


Awesome. Thank you.
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