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WATER HEATER TRIPPING ITS RESET BUTTON? HERE’S WHAT IT MEANS
WATER HEATER TRIPPING ITS RESET BUTTON? HERE’S WHAT IT MEANS

If you’re familiar with the thermostat controls on your water heater, you may have noticed that 120 degrees Fahrenheit is the recommended setting . That’s considered the sweet spot because it’s hot enough to prevent the growth of harmful bacteria, but not so hot as to pose a ...

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    If you’re familiar with the thermostat controls on your water heater, you may have noticed that 120 degrees Fahrenheit is the recommended setting . That’s considered the sweet spot because it’s hot ...

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