Hello, Could anyone go over the proper way to diagnos a standard water heater with 2-elements and stats. Bradford white is the popular brand around here. My service techs like to argue about the proper methods. So I would like an outsiders opinion.
Well that's true. I guess I naively accepted that the op is in fact at least who he says he is. He was pretty quick and easy with a name. I've been on this forum since it began and on CT before that and on Ridgid (before the snobbery became too much for me to stomach) before that and I've never posted my real name, ever. Now just because I wouldn't do it doesn't mean someone else might not do it. In fact as I think about it I think there are several people on this forum who have given at least their first name so I don't know.I agree with smells, asking how to diagnose an electric water heater as one of his first, posts.
It seems a little staged, I staged the following;
Hi, my name is Robert E Fraser Jr. I am a Journeyman electrician in Tallahassee Fl. My state cert number is 13001139. My fellow electricians and I were talking about the best way to wire a light with 2 switches on either end of the hallway. We cannot agree on the best way. How would you do it?
*Again, I staged the above.*
Again, as with smells, if I am wrong... sorry. If not, nice job, hope you learned how to fix your problem. By the way, Robert E Fraser Jr. is a real person, operating a real company. I figure it adds to the credibility of the above if someone were to try to look it up. My apologies to Mr. Fraser for using his name, it was top of the list and the best fit when googled.
Don't know about FL but as you may be aware, in California there is no state licensing of Plumbers. You have to get a Plumbing Contractor License to run a business, but you can hire anyone you want and send them out in your truck....alone!Can you get a plumbing contractor's business license in FL without being a certified master plumber? .