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    Re: Replacing a non potable expansion tank

    I think I'll call a professional. No need to do any damage. Thank you for your time.
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    Re: Replacing a non potable expansion tank

    My expansion tank has a rust spot that water is dripping out of.

    When I picked up the replacement tank from my local plumbing supply company, i inquired about adjusting the pressure of the tank....
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    Replacing a non potable expansion tank

    I purchased a new one to replace the one that I have that is leaking.

    I turned off the water main, and opened a faucet to relieve the water pressure that was coming into my house.

    I then turned...
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