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Old 11-16-2018, 10:17 PM
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Originally Posted by retiredguy123 View Post
If the cold water pipe to the water heater comes through the wall near the top of the water heater and the hot water pipe exits the water heater at the top, then I would say that the valve is not a main water shut off valve to the house. If that is the situation, then you probably don't have a shut off valve inside the house. But, if the pipe comes in near the floor and there is a "tee" connection before the pipe enters the water heater, then the valve closest to the floor is probably a main shut off valve for the house. I hope that makes sense.
Yes it does, my house has no main shutoff in the house, it’s outside and water heater has the two valve coming out of the wall above the water heater.

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