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    Re: Slow hot water - kitchen faucet only

    I know with my galvanized, when I've replaced sections it would knock loose the accumulated rust inside and it doesn't much to block an opening.

    That's why as future sections start to 'fail' I'm...
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    Re: Connecting Copper to Galvanized

    Thanks Ernie,

    That's what I thought to.....I guess they took the 'easy way out':mad:
    which seems unfair since they know it will fail down the line.

    I guess I should unsolder the male adapter...
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    Re: Connecting Copper to Galvanized

    Thanks Dave....
    That's why I thought, but then I doubted myself because they used dielectric unions on the stubs connecting to the hot water heater

    and to small section they had to replace
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    Connecting Copper to Galvanized

    I'm hoping someone can help me.

    Last year I had a new hot water heater installed.

    They connected the hot water heater to the existing galvanized plumbing (my house was built in 1942).

    I...
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