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    • Thank you kind basement man for your knowledge I will not use because I’m 14
      no_one112 25 sep
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    • He didn’t mention only do this once a year depending on if you have bad water in your neighborhood
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    • This guy has an electrical water heater so definitely noon the breaker or use the disconnect box from the looks of this guy he just learned this shit and is a diy dad and watched the guy do it and charge him 200-300 bucks lmao
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    • usually throw this in with my yearly furnace/AC checks I clean the outside unit which is another thing u should do twice a month if u have a bad placement of ur ac and for the furnace a complete wipe down inside and vacuum the exhaust..and metal brush the igniter to make sure it starts everytime
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    • My dad used to do this all the time. Gotta treat a water heater how you should treat a woman. Maybe take it out to eat first
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    • Sorry I take my job serious...I hate people who overcharge and over explain shit that’s simple ...it’s a way to worry u into using them as a way u can trust them but end up fucking u in the ass with overcharging
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    • Wait a minute... Is this real or is he trying to blow up some houses
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    • Literally all he did was empty the water heater and refill it. He didn't even discuss the heating elements or the removal of lime within the heater. As a previous plumber of 9 years, I know this will only help if you notice a brownish discoloration of the water. (Rust within unit)
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    • Yeah you should probably mention that you should turn off the gas . . . Literally the most dangerous thing to forget
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    • Yo for real tho, do all of these steps, but don't turn off the cold water supply to the heater.
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    • MAKE SURE ITS ABSOLUTELY FULL BEFORE YOU TURN IT BACK ON OR IT WILL DESTROY ITSELF
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    • No thanks
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    • Thanks dad I don't have
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    • What about the hot water supply?
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    • People don’t know this?
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    • I have no idea what this means but im saveing it
      Sir_Coban 24 sep
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    • WRONG. I install and just hook up the hose, noon POWER OR GAS, LEAVE THE WATER ON TO THE HEATER, FLUSH FOR 5_10 MINS, DO NOT OPEN SINK FACET'S. The screens will likely get clogged. Only bathroom shower faucet, no screen in there to let the air escape while filling tank. Ask a pro first.
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    • Instructions unclear. House blew up.
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    • So many people are gonna have leaking drain valves. Lol. If you are not somewhat handy leave it alone. But you should clean your outside portion of air conditioner. Just make sure the power is off. And the coil is dirty enough to need it
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    • That’s not service! That’s just a flush and the way he described it is not even proper flush he just let out some water but didn’t actual got the sediment out
      Artsan 27 sep
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    • IFunny should let you save posts into a file on here, so you can easily get to posts like this when you need them
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    • Thank you good sir
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    • Must be color blind. Red is the hot water valve, not cold.
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    • Thanks dad!
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    • im a plumber, he just gave you all instructions on how to blow your house up without getting caught.
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    • Did you know, as a homeowner, you can do whatever want within legal limits? Oh duh I didn’t know I was allowed to fix my home on my own?
      jibjab 25 sep
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    • Unfortunately, this doesn't really help if you water heater is 5+ years and your area has a high level of stuff such as calcium build up
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    • He forgot to tell them to turn the gas off, but told them to relight the pilot light. Geese this guy missed.
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    • You forgot to tell them to open the pressure regulator valve if they shut off the water supply. The tank will create suction if you don’t open the valve and cause the sediment to stay in the tank and it won’t drain all the way out. Only about 1/4 of the tank... stay smart don’t believe everything uc
      jtb710 25 sep
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    • Where’s the funny?
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    • That moment when you use a reverse osmosis filter and sediment doesn’t build up in your water heater
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    • Uhh please don’t mess with the pilot light without a professional
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    • Once our water heater broke down so we got a new one. Son of a bitch was heavy as SHIT. It was just me and my mom carrying it up from the basement. Note: workout and be buff as hell to pull it up or have 4 people helping.
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    • Damn if only my dad was this friendly when I had to help him replace the water heater
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    • I've known this since i was eleven, i low-key thought everybody already did it
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    • My guy really figured out how to take a screenshot on a water heater
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    • Be sure to flip the pressure release located on the side of the tank after your hose is connected. Otherwise it's going to drain quite slowly.
      Ragsalot 25 sep
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    • You also have to replace the anode rod inside periodically. It is a sacrificial rod in the tank that gets eaten up instead of the water tank due to diffrent metals
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    • Instructions too fast, typing this from inside water heater
      fosterszj 25 sep
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    • How often do I do this?
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    • Someone post the clip of myth busters blowing up the water heater
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    • This man knows he’s cute as heck, and he works it. Grateful for the knowledge... water heaters are a pain to replace.
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    • Instructions unclear blew up neighbors house
      Theheman 25 sep
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    • Im a plumber. Please, by all means do this. When what he hasn't covered in this video bites you in the ass, please call a professional
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    • Or, remove that old piece of shit(which has a shelf life of 10 years, maybe longer, and install a tankless water heater. Best decision I made for my home.
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    • I just use the water heater until it leaks or stops working, if I can’t figure out why it’s not working, I’ll just replace that shit
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    • You can also replace the anode rod every 5 years or so and this will help prevent any corrosion inside the tank.
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    • Thank you for this! I will keep in a file labeled, for next lifetime when you can own a 🏠
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    • This guy just screwed everyone that takes his advice. 90% of those valves will leak because sediment is stuck in the valve seat when you close the valve. You have to run fresh water to flush the sediment completely before closing the valve.
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    • How does ifunny teach us more about cooking, taxes, and home improvement more then parents and teachers combined?
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    • My parents live in the country and have a well and it’s got water with really high iron and alkali in it so the bought a treating system ... but it isn’t working and the water is literally orange and undrinkable I’ll have to show them this to keep the hot water heater clean
      KadeSpade 24 sep
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    • Gas water heater
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    • Please noon the breaker before doing this as to not burn out your element. If it tries heating water that isn't in the tank it will burn it out immediately.
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    • Except for one big problem, sediment SETTLES in your water heater. He's essentially saying having water run through a river is going to remove all the dirt on the bottom of said river. What we really need is a mechanism to stir up that sediment but manufacturers would never do this.
      Zodwraith 25 sep
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    • Just call a professional
      Lesbians 25 sep
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    • Why are you tuning off the the water ? Your doing a flush not draining the water heater.
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    • Wam erem
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    • im republishing it knowing damn well im never gonna find it again
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    • True
      sirelc 28 sep
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    • How do you know if it's full.
      Gayforall 28 sep
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    • Water heater
      FredN6 28 sep
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    • Step one buy a house
      Clapq 28 sep
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    • I am waiting for my water heater to die so I can replace it with a tankless water heater.
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    • Bring this man on board the ship
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    • How do you know when the water heater is full when you're filling it Back up?
      macnibba 28 sep
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    • It’s important to NOT do this if your water heater is over 2 years old and it’s never been serviced. Sometimes the bottom of the tank gets so bad with the sediments that when they empty out they take pieces of the tank with it and next thing you know you got a leaking water heater tank.
      Sparckyz 28 sep
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    • too bad i dont have that problem because i have a bottomless water heater
      Upex 28 sep
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    • I fucked up. I blew up the house.
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    • Thanks Macklemore
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    • Our water heater busted open once and flooded the hallway and a room in our house
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    • TURN OFF THE FUCKING GAS AS WELL THIS DUDE IS A FUCKING IDIOT
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    • Plumbers: “Listen here you little shit”
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    • I used to work plumbing in Home Depot. You can buy literally anything you need to do this yourself.
      notsure 28 sep
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    • If you have this just sitting openly in your house with that easy access you fucked uo
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    • I'm sorry. Am I on IFunny or TikTok? WTF?
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    • This seems like a great and wonderful thing to do, making instructional videos on how to increase the longevity of major household appliances, until the inate stupid of most people take over and yiu have a rash of explodin water heaters because people dont turn the water back on.
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    • You also might want to turn on the cold water while the hose is still connected just to wash out any extra stuff in the tank.
      CIA__ 27 sep
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    • As a plumber that won't drain unless you open all the hot water fixtures in the home and open the pop-off valve
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    • I work as a plumber and yea thats not gonna help much we normally can't even drain all of the water because it's so built up with stuff and that drain gets clogged
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    • How often should I do this
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    • Well you can keep the cold water on to continuously flush the water around in the tank.
      Dead_Nova 27 sep
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    • Wait bro not everyone does this? I'm 17 and I've done this like 10 times uhm I didn't know you were supposed to pay someone for this🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
      nicky03 27 sep
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    • Should be done annually.
      agentill 27 sep
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    • I live on a well. I already have filters in my plumbing before it reaches the water heater. Should I still do this?
      SlothEggs 27 sep
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    • Water heater companies hate him
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    • Dont forget you also need to check and replace the catalyst rod if necessary
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    • Dont even think about touching your Air Conditioner or I'll personally noon you. White trash I'm talking to you. - Every HVAC Tech
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    • Actually you close the cold water supply and then get a bunch of wood and Start a fire under it then you should be good
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    • Neat
      Swagadar 27 sep
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    • I mean, it's something to know for situations where you can't or don't have a reliable person so service it. I got lucky cause my dad's buddy is a purple heart vet and handles all our shit needed done and all he wants as payment is a coffee and people to hang out and talk to.
      tombro911 27 sep
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    • His fuckin forehead fat
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    • Thank you kind basement man for your knowledge that no_one112 will not use because they are 14, and I will not use because I am 22 and not a homeowner.
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    • This guy didn’t even say how often to do it
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    • THE GOD IS HERE
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    • Thank you for the knowledge. Ill be sure to use it some day
      JDM_Texan 27 sep
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    • Tankless water heater gang where u at?
      Eat_This_ 27 sep
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