turn the valve at the water heater off then see if you are still getting warm water if you do not get warm water, then you have a hot line tied into the cold,,,somewhere do the little experiment, post your findings
If you turned off the valve feeding cold water to the water heater and you have no water at any fixture when you turn on that fixture to only HOT then you are not pulling any water from the water heater. you have isolated the hot from the cold and probably do not have a crossed line.
So ive turned off the valve but the water is still lukewarm. No water comes out when i turn it to hot, when i turn it to cold it comes out cold at first then gets lukewarm. This means i have a hot line tied in with the cold? What does it take to fix? The kitchen bathroom and shower are all the same.
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