Thanks for the posting Joseph. I was all packed , ready to go, motel reservations, then the flood. We have a solar water heating system. Came with the house. Works like a charm. Two 120 gallon storage tanks, NEVER without hot water. But then there is only me and Mary and two spoiled cats. They don't use water, just spit, Any way, Wednesday I noticed a lot and I mean a lot of water in the laundry room. It had been raining, but with a new roof, I didn't think it was from rain. After about one minute of exploring I could see water slowly flowing out of the top of one of the tanks. This system was installed in 1987, do the math. We called a maintenance guy that fixed one of the silicone pumps about 6 years ago, but he is long gone. Tried a local solar company, they do electricity only, but they knew a guy in Atlanta. Called him and he got here yesterday, finally, and in four hours he and his crew removed the two old tanks replaced them with one 80 gallon tank. High and dry now. But I missed a contest I had been looking forward to and had (four) no three trimmed planes ready to go. Crashed one due to bell crank failure. *&&^%$. "It's always some thing" Roseana Danna.