Forum Title: Need some help and advice
Hello, new to the forums and in need of help. We have an add on garage bed and bath which the previous owner build. It has a dedicated electric water heater for this add on. It's a 30 gallon unit that keeps reseting the thermostat. I've tried removing the heating elements to replace but the hard water has sealed them shut. I was able to drain some sediment but not even close to all of it. The unit is from 1988. Should I replace with the same size unit or scale it down? The unit only provides water to sink in garage and upstairs bathroom I feel this is overkill. I'm open to all suggestions
Category: Plumber Post By: KAY LUNA (Columbus, IN), 04/25/2016

replace it with a 30 gallon heater, for 1 person , If 2 people will be living in he apt, you need a 40

- STEPHEN WRIGHT (Saginaw, MI), 09/04/2017

It's not an apt it's a home with a gas water heater downstairs running everything and upstairs all this 30 gallon is running is the bathroom up here

- MARK THOMAS (Tyler, TX), 10/01/2017

It currently has a 30 gallon. I was curious if I could downsize but seeing as I can get a 30 gallon for about 300 I may just take that route.

- FREDDIE REESE (Yonkers, NY), 10/07/2017

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