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Old 07-12-2006, 12:37 PM   #1
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today i was about to take a shower, when I open the hot water in my bathtub I was what it look like dirt. (not much but enough for me to see it) Do I need to drain my water heater? this a two year old water heater. I did drain it about a year ago.

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Drain the hot water tank and see what comes out.

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If you have a water company and not a well, check to see if they were flushing the lines
That'll make it pretty nasty
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