The very act is relaxing to every muscle and bone in our body, and one should never underestimate the power of bathing in water that is hotter than the air around us.
The one thing that could heat water is, of course, a water heater (unless you live somewhere near the desert or close to the sun, which is not probable, in my opinion).
The water heater is possibly one of man’s greatest creations. It can turn even the coldest of water into a warm or a hot one (depends on your personal preference).
Hot or warm water is always accepted in every part of the world, so we have to thank those who invented water heaters. Thanks to them, we can bathe in hot or warm water even if we live in someplace cold and secluded.
However, having a water heater is not enough, especially if you live in a place where the cold can even freeze an ice queen’s heart. You need proper knowledge in handling and treating water heaters as well.
If you handle it wrong, the water heater might burst in flames, and you can kiss your warm jacuzzi bath goodbye (unless you like to relax in cold water, that is). If you do not treat the water heater right, the heater might as well leave for a better owner.
To maintain your water heater to the max, you need to know about the basics. Included in the basics are how old your water heater is and how to operate it. Let us start with the first thing on the list: knowing how old your water heater is.
How to Find Out Lochinvar Water Heater Age
It is pretty easy, actually. Some (if not all) water heaters came with a series of numbers engraved on them. For the Lochinvar series, you will find it somewhere near the data plate.
To make it simple for Lochinvar themself and us, they created some alphabetic code that can help us determine how old the thing is. For example, say that the serial number is AJ8123596 and A is the year 1964. The thing was made back in 1964.
The code also recycles. As the alphabet progress, so does the year. If A is 1964, then B would be 1965, and so on.