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Old 04-06-2011, 10:07 AM   #1
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wags valve diy water heater (versus sensor version)


Anybody ever installed a wags valve on their hot water heater?

I was going to install the electric sensor variety but then I came across this - seems more fail-proof in theory but about the same cost.

Is this something a plumbing newbie could install? I am pretty handy, I can work on cars fairly extensively and can do small jobs around the house - I looked over an instruction manual it didn't look too difficult just wondering if anyone has any step-by-step instruction and/or advice/things to look out for when installing.

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