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Old 10-02-2012, 07:08 PM   #1
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how do you hook up the eletrice on series waterheaters
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What do you mean series?
Each water heater should be on its own circuit!
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What do you mean series?
Each water heater should be on its own circuit!
no one circuit
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How many water heaters?
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And why more then one water heater?
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Some on-demand systems utilize 2 or more heaters in series ... and each requires its own circuit.

We really need more info on this, OP ...
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