They are various reasons for water heater to leak.
- Life Span : 8-15 years is the normal life span of any water heater. After that it the body gets rusted and rot which cause leakage.
- Overflow: Most of the time water leakage is caused by overflow. This is due to the intake of heater exceeds its capacity.
- Corrosion: Rust or corrosion damages the bottom of the water heater which result in water leaks.
- Valve Malfunction: If the temperature or pressure valve have failed, then water heater is not able to hold water from leaking.
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