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    Heater pressure switch

    Hi,

    When winterizing your heater do you have to remove the pressure switch on your heater?

    What happens if you leave the pressure switch in place?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Heater pressure switch

    Your questions do not make sense. Please explain what is going on with your heater or what you are trying to accomplish.
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    Re: Heater pressure switch

    I think the reason the poster asked was that it seems like people do disconnect their pressure switch for winter. I've seen posts here where folks are doing a startup in spring after a professional service did the winterization and they were wondering about the disconnected switch. Since the switch is a piping dead end, maybe it's a good precaution to make sure water is out of that small line and the switch itself.
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    Re: Heater pressure switch

    Wow either I missed it when I read it or they edited it. Now I see they are asking about winterizing the heater.
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