The hot water in all my taps seems to cut in and out constanly. one second its hot and the next...
its cold. I live in an apartment building with three apartments in it and each apartment has its own water system and hot water tank. i know its not somebody else turning water on because it happens even when im the only person in the building. It seems to me that air is getting in somewheres or the taps are just not mixing the water properly. any ideas on what might be causing this?
seek professional help. It may be something very simple to fix. sometimes pipes get a bit plugged with the sediments from the water.
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