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    • #275776
      birdiewings

      I thought I could replace wateheater myself, but looking at the old on and new one I get puzzled.
      On the old one there is a water pump that is pumping cold water into the heater, on new one in installation instructions no pump is mentioned. So here is question if I connect new heater as suggested, am I going to pay more for electrisity and have less hot water?
      Thank you

    • #292869
      NickHydro
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      Yuo will definiely hav les hot watr cus the thing wont werk et all

    • #292870
      Guest
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      Do yourself a favor and call a licensed plumber, Pay the price of experience. Keep yourself and your family safe. If you have to ask these kind of questions you souldn’t be atempting a heater replacement….

      » This message has been edited by iplumb on 11 September 2002

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