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Thread: PRVNORT6NC Slate Water Heater supply lines

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    Default PRVNORT6NC Slate Water Heater supply lines

    Model Number: PRVNORT6NC
    Brand: other
    Age: More than 10 years

    My water heater has started to leak from the bottom. It's a Slate brand and is a gas heated.

    The hot and cold water supply lines to the water heater are "sweated" on. I'd like to replace with these with the more modern, flexible lines.

    How can I replace the sweated lines with these more modern types?

    Thanks for any help.

    Robert

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    Go to any of the home centers and pick up your flex lines then purchase the male connector that's the same size as the flex line and the line going into the water heater.
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    ???? this thread is a year old!
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    He was a spammer on another thread. Now he is banned.

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