Originally Posted by HiKid
After 4 days of no hot water, checking every possible valve, electronic, and switch I could find, I finally gave in and called out a repairman. He walked in, turned on the LP gas detector and charged me $180. It had gotten switched off while cleaning carpets.
I'll bite - why would an LP Gas Detector that's been turned off mean no hot water?
[ By the way, my LP Gas Detector is hard-wired, always on. And can't be turned off. ]