We saw con­den­sa­tion—and some­times the toi­let seat was al­ready warm to the touch!

Old House Journal - - Ohj - —Jim Scam­man

We have a 1930s camp in the moun­tains, where temps some­times drop be­low zero in win­ter and the bath­room gets chilly. Dur­ing a cold snap, we no­ticed the wa­ter in the toi­let was hot, as if the plumber had de­lib­er­ately switched the lines. Some­times the seat is ac­tu­ally warm to the touch! We won­der whether the toi­let was de­lib­er­ately plumbed this way to keep it from freez­ing in sub­zero weather.

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