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Old 03-02-2009, 06:11 PM   #16
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thank you very much, I'm gonna by a tank unit!!!!!!!!!!

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Mmm, I wonder if these electric tankless salesmen will ever be held accountable for their actions.
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Mmm, I wonder if these electric tankless salesmen will ever be held accountable for their actions.

Hear Hear !! I wish they used thier brain little more and do the figures.

few manufacters now getting smart they start to list a warning about service size most larger tankless heater will required a min of 200 amp service and it is common to see them run on 320 amp { 400 amp max 320 contiouns } or resort to three phase service then it will slove that dammed thing.

Really honestly I allready work on few tankless water heater both North America and European side and all of them boil down is the service size that what useally seal the fate on them.

For anyone want the tankless waterheater ya better do the figures carefully there is a whole house verison and point of use verison that will make the diffrence there.

Merci,Marc

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