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Factory-Reconditioned Powerstar Whole House Electric Tankless Water Heater AE115


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Best Sellers Rank #731,266 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Date First AvailableMarch 11, 2010
  
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Paul D. Rummell on April 27, 2009
Unit arrived in perfect condition, for a reconditioned item, i could find nothing that did not appear as brand new. Heater works perfectly. An A+ value.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By John H. Wynne on June 14, 2009
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The small on-demand electric Bosch water heater seemed like a perfect fit for my one bedroom rental apartment until I received it. It requires a 150 amp panel and two 30 or 40 amp breakers! This little unit looked perfect but way too much electrical requirements for average USA service. The box it came in had that written in big letters all over it. I wish the web site and specs were more up front! Check with your electrician first or your electrical setup before purchasing this unit! They took it back but charged a $35 restocking fee (plus it cost me the to ship it back)
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By Fields on January 29, 2010
I have a 100A service breaker in my house and this thing is fine. Sure my wires might overheat sometimes, but for the amount of time you are going to be heating water, there will be plenty of time for the wire to cool. If the wires heat too much then the breaker trips. Do the research yourself and take the advice from electricians to heart. Just be sensible about your power usage when heating water. As for failures, some people may have had failures due to not installing an expansion tank that allows the pressure increase created by heating water to be absorbed. Come on, you can replace this thing every 4 years and still save money over the tank water heaters. I have had this unit for 7 years and it has paid itself off many times more.

Another competitor to tankless is the heat pump assisted water heater. How many times has your air conditioner broken? The heat pump is essentially an air conditioner strapped onto a tank. Tons of moving parts and things that can go wrong. The corporations want you on a determined replacement cycle that they have factored into their business model. Go with TANKLESS anywhere, gas or electric, with only one moving part (a small flow sensor that detects when you need hot water). Do the calculations, yes the heat pump assisted units have high COF energy factors (2 or more), but you are still heating water all of the time during the night when you do not need it and using more electricity. If you are concerned about the electric tankless, then go with gas tankless, either way go TANKLESS. Do the math and you will find out that these heat pump assisted units add complexity and ridiculous amounts of failure points.
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