flood areas are not the only ones at risk: about 25% of flood insurance claims come from moderate-to low-risk areas. • Place the furnace, water heater, washer, and dryer on cement blocks at least 12 inches . above the projected flood elevation.
If the water heater has been subjected to flood, fire, or physical damage, turn off power and water to the water heater. do not operate the water heater again until it has been thoroughly checked by qualified service personnel. 5 About the controls. GEAppliances.com
WARNING: If the water heater has been subjected to flood, fire, or physical damage, turn off power and water to the water heater. DO NOT operate the water heater again until it has been thoroughly checked by qualified service personnel.!
Inundated by flood waters. The amount of damage will depend partly on the depth of flooding and the amount of time the equipment Having your furnace and hot water heater moved to a higher floor or to the attic will cost about $1,500. The
Do not operate water heater if flood damaged. Install in location with drainage. Fill tank with water before operation. Be alert for thermal expansion. Refer to instruction manual for installation and service. Improper installation and use may result
Whether caused by a burst pipe, a broken water heater or a flood*, there are things you can do immediately to salvage belongings and limit damage or loss. 1. Stop the wa. ter. If the water is coming from inside your home, such as a burst pipe or
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AHRI has provided reasons why it is required to replace water heaters which have been exposed to flood waters. • A new water heater is a relatively small investment, and replacing it is fairly easy to do. If the water heater was more
If your house has a gas grill, stove, water heater or furnace, a storm or flood may break gas lines and cause the gas to escape into your home. Even if appliances are not working, they can leak a dangerous gas called methane that catches fire very easily.
Do not operate water heater if flood damaged High altitude orifice must be installed for operation above 7,700 feet (2,347m). Do not operate if soot is present. water heater, be sure to use the draft hood supplied with this water heater.
Know your area’s flood risk—if unsure, call your local Red Cross chapter, emergency management office, or planning and zoning department. Raising your furnace, water heater, and electric panel if they are in areas of your home that
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Off the water supply whenever your water heater leaks! Install in Minutes Kit includes everything you need to protect your property: 3/4" Motorized Ball Valve installed on cold water inlet. Water sensor is placed on the floor.
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Page 1 of 6 A.B.N 21 098 823 511 FLOOD AFFECTED WATER HEATERS ADVICE FOR PLUMBERS, INSTALLERS & RELEVANT TRADES Issue Date 20/01/11 rev1 Applicable to Water Heaters & Pool Heaters sold by Rheem (Australia) Pty Ltd under the following brands: