02:05PM | 02/14/07
Member Since: 02/13/07
3 lifetime posts
My friend just bought a house. He went to use the shower tonight and the water only ran for about a minute. When he went to get in the shower, it had luke warm water. He turned the hot all the way up with no cold, but still had luke warm water then went cold. He checked the pilot light and the burner and they are working fine. I think it might be the thermorstat sensor, but he said it looks fine. Am I correct in believing that's it?



07:36AM | 02/16/07
Member Since: 01/24/06
1548 lifetime posts
Hi Dan, if your friend just bought the home contact the lawyer who did the closing and DO NOT let your friend do any repairs as there is supposed to be money left in an escrow account (in most cases) and if your friend touches the plumbing he just bought it

Rather then get into legalities contact the folks responsible like the home inspector etc who should have taken notice of the items prior to the closing or during the inspection


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