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Water heaters can be damaged due to rust buildup which could cause it to stop working totally. Installing it can be done if you have the patience and are confident about your tinkering skills. Here's how:

1.Make sure that the new water heater you acquire can fit into the desired location. This is especially true if you are thinking of getting a bigger unit or planning to position it in a new location.

2.Turn off everything that's needed to be turned off. Locate the main water valve for your home and make sure you turn this off before you proceed to install the water heater. If what you will be installing is an electric water heater, then make sure that you turn off the circuit where the heater is connected to. If on the other hand you'll be installing a gas water heater, make sure that you turn the main valve to the gas supply in your home. To be certain that this is properly done, check that the pilot light is totally out.

3.Remove all the remaining water inside the old water heater's tank. Drain the old heater completely of the remaining water in preparation to having it removed. Use the supplied draining hose for this purpose.

4.Disconnect all of the utility lines in your home to safely remove the old water heater. Turn off the main power, gas and water lines going into your home. Once this is done, then you can now remove the water heater without worrying about getting electrocuted, causing fire or flooding to your home. Once done, you can now carefully uninstall the old unit and have it removed from its position. If necessary, you can clean up the surrounding area in preparation for the installation of the new unit.