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Old 05-01-2019
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It looks like a pressure relief valve or something under the burner.

Is that it and any idea on part #?

Was dripping then it started a slow stream. I banged on it, now it sprays.

As always, thank you for the help

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are you sure its not a hose connection? I had to turn mine on and use my phone to video the leak in order to see it. Thanks to Rick Shawver, I found the leak and cut the hose back and re-secured it until I could get it replaced.
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I do not think it is a hose connection because there is no room under it. Plus, it has never dripped before this last trip. Once home, faster drip/small stream. FW pump does not shut off now.
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Can you take another picture while pointing at the thing that's leaking??? May be the mixing valve but not sure what I'm looking at.
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It is the brass "T" looking thing. Opposite of the threads is no connect(solid end). The "T" pointing down is so close to the pan, I can not get my finger under it. Water is coming out of the pointing down part of the "T".
It looks like a relief valve of some kind.
I will have to pull the burner to unscrew the "T" looking thing.
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Dennis, does it look like item 115 in the diagram? Tempering valve. Might need rebuilt. Looking at your pic again, it doesn’t quite look like tempering valve, more like pressure relief or drain valve.
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could be a pressure protection relief valve
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could be a pressure protection relief valve
I agree,a pop off valve or as Bill says,pressure relief valve.
But i have never seen one in an aquahot.
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I am pretty sure it is

#116 from post #6.


PLX-111-175 Valve, Pressure relief 125 PSI AH/HH

When removed, more pictures.

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