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American Water Heaters BFG61-40T40-3NOV Natural Gas Residential Water Heater, 40 Gallon


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  • Non-CFC Polyurethane Foam to prevent heat loss and reduce energy costs
  • Piezo Electric Igniter for easy start-up
  • Fused Ceramic Shield Tank for anti-corrosion protection
  • Factory Installed Side Temperature and Pressure Valve
  • Combination Thermostat/Energy Cut-Off
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Technical Details
Part Number BFG61-40T40-3NOV
Item Weight127 pounds
Product Dimensions0.5 x 23 x 26 inches
Item model numberBFG61-40T40-3NOV
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description6 Year Parts, 6 Year Tank. Warranties may be void if installed by non-licensed personnel
  
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ASINB003WUEZJC
Best Sellers Rank #520,937 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight127 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
Date First AvailableJuly 27, 2010
  
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American Bfg61-40t40-3nov 40 Gallon Natural Gas Water Heater Top Vent

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Reduces the risk of accidental fires involving flammable vapors from products such as gasoline, paint thinner, solvents, etc.

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By rimmsky on June 5, 2013
When informed that the warranty was not transferable, why did you put so much time, effort and money into trying to repair this unit? This exact same water heater was installed in my condo last night. Mine has a 6 year warranty. How lovely it was to have a nice hot shower! With 75% of the warranty time issued to another party gone, wouldn't it have been simpler and more satisfactory to replace it?
I bought replacement windows several years ago. They came with a 40 (forty) year warranty. I had the company put it in writing that the warranty is transferable. If forced to give this a star rating, I will give it 4 stars. After less than 24 hours the rating has no meaning, but so far so good.
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11 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Imjesayin on January 31, 2013
I bought a home 2 years ago in 2011. The previous homeowner bought an American Water Heater in 2004 with a 12 year warranty. The warranty has a clause stating that the warranty only applies to the original purchaser. Now I had had several problems in the last year with keeping the pilot lit. I've had thermal couplers replaced (twice), and replaced a valve, and it is still routinely malfunctioning. I called up AWH and (stupidly) told them I wasn't the original purchaser. They just told me to try a couple of things and nothing worked. They recommended a new gas valve. I said I want repair work done under warranty. They said, "sorry, we won't honor the warranty because you weren't the original purchaser". I told them that this is just a greedy money-saving slimy business practice. Even if the homeowner sold the house a week after installing the water heater, they won't honor their warranty to the new purchaser. What purpose does it serve to conduct your business that way? It's only purpose is to save money, and because they can do it. Their mindset is, "Well, the original purchaser isn't going to care about this and not buy the water heater, because it only screws over the next guy. It doesn't affect the person who bought it, so let's cut off the warranty on the product as quickly as possible." They think they can make some cost-cutting measure like this without consequences because they got nothing from me directly. But I bought this house and everything in it, and paid for it, including a water heater that came with a warranty. I spoke to 3 customer service people and a supervisor and the supervisor just says, "that's what the warranty says." He even says he understands how I feel and it recently happened to him on something he bought! Yet he says they "can't" do anything.Read more ›
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